|Spring Term 2020 Intersectional Feminist Theories - 3806 - GEST 301
Prerequisites/Notes: GEST 100 and either GEST 240 or two GEST courses numbered 100-299, or consent of instructor.
Catalog Description : What is feminism? What are its central tenets, and how have they changed? How do they affect me now? These questions and more animate our exploration of feminist theory and practice, culminating in a final independent paper. The course includes core texts in feminist theory, with particular attention to standpoint theory, essentialism and constructionism, women-of-color feminisms, intersectionality, and work in Western and non-Western feminisms.
Attributes: Diversity-Dimens GER (01cr), Advanced Course