Class Schedule Detail

2012 Spring - TNDY
Subj Cat# Class# Sect Course
TNDY 402B 3262 1 Transnational Feminisms
Description
This course will explore five topics-1) feminization of poverty,2) women and the environment, 3) women and violence, 4) women and law, and 5) women, war and peace. Within these topics, cultural, political, and religious issues will be explored from a transnational perspective, including highlighting voices from Africa, Asia, the Middle East, Latin America, and Eastern Europe. The main objectives of the course are analysis of women's issues in their regional and national contexts and study of the local activisms engaging these issues. Students will be expected to form working groups around a topic, develop expertise, select readings for the class and organize presentations.

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