Gender, Nation, and Class   [Archived]
2011-2012 Undergraduate Catalog
   

WS 301 - Gender, Nation, and Class


3 credits

Description
An interdisciplinary and international study of the dynamics and intersections of gender, nation, and class. Using material from the humanities, art, social sciences, and sciences, this course examines the impact of race, ethnicity, national origin, sexuality, an class on women.

Prerequisites
WS 201

Note
Students who have taken 200 may petition the Women’s Studies Director to take the course.

Foundational Studies Credit
FS 2010: Global Perspectives and Cultural Diversity]


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