Themes in Gender and Globalization

Course Description

Satisfies Humanities General Education Requirement

Introduces transnational feminist theories, considers the practices and material circumstances related to globalization, and explores how class, gender, place/nation, (dis) ability, sexuality and colonial practices complicate our understanding of globalization. Prerequisite: Women's and Gender Studies [WGST] 1120; sophomore standing. May be repeated for credit with different semester themes. Recent themes have included Themes in Gender and Globalization: Through Literature and Film.