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.