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WAGS 373 - Feminist Theory/Process


(3 S.H.)

This course seeks to understand the creation and perpetuation of gender inequalities and their relation to other systems of inequality. This course seeks a broad understanding of the historical development of various strands of Western feminist thought and the range of interpretive possibilities such thought has opened up. Interdisciplinary readings investigate how feminist theory and process have affected our lives and our understanding of literature, philosophy, political science, law, science, film, history, sociology, and medicine. Prerequisites: WAGS 148 - Introduction to Women’s and Gender Studies  or  WAGS 220 - Power, Privilege, and Gender  or instructor’s permission. Offered at least once a year.


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