20th century United States, and Gender, Sexuality and Women
WGST 101 - Women, Sex and Gender Today
WGST 430 - Special Topics in Women's Studies: Queer Theory
WGST 432 - Feminist and Queer Theories to the list of Courses Taught
WGST 610 - Special Topics in Women's Studies: The New Girls Studies
WGST 610 - Special Topics in Women's Studies: Queer Theory
WGST 630 - Research in Women's Studies and LGBT Studies
HIST 261 - American History Since 1865
HIST 369 - U.S. Women's History
HIST 379 - U.S. LGBT History
HIST 399H - American Girlhoods
HIST 495 - Senior Thesis
Honors Faculty Fellow (2021-2022)
As an Honors Faculty Fellow, Professor Littauer will teach a seminar on Social Justice: Transformation, Imagination, Belonging in spring 2022 in the University Honors Program. The Honors Faculty Fellowship program identifies faculty eager to teach innovative, exciting seminars of interest to highly-motivated students from across the university.
Sexual Minorities at the Apex of Heterosexuality (1940s-1965),” in Don Romesburg, ed., Routledge History of Queer America. New York, NY: Routledge, 2018
Bad Girls: Young Women, Sex, and Rebellion before the Sixties. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 2015.
Littauer, Amanda. "'Someone to Love': Teen Girls' Same-Sex Desire in the 1950s United States," in Queer 1950s: Locating Sexual Culture in the West, Heike Bauer and Matt Cook, eds. London: Palgrave Macmillan, 2012.
Littauer, Amanda. Entries on "Lesbians" and "Kinsey Female Report," in Encyclopedia of American Women's History, Hasia Diner, ed. Facts on File, June 2012.
Littauer, Amanda. Review of Marilyn Hegarty, Victory Girls, Khaki-Wackies, and Patrioututes, in Journal of the History of Sexuality, 21.2 (May 2012).
Littauer, Amanda. Review of Carolyn E. Cocca, Jailbait: The Politics of Statutory Rape Law in the United States,H-Childhood, H-Net Reviews, November 2007.
Littauer, Amanda. "The B-Girl Evil: Bureaucracy, Sexuality, and the Menace of Bar-room Vice in Postwar California," Journal of the History of Sexuality, 12.2 (April 2003): 171-204.