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GEND 440 Feminist Theory

Faculty: Brodkin, Heath
Content: Philosophical and political analysis of issues in feminist theory. Discussion of recent theoretical work (e.g., Butler, Mitchell) in relation to past feminist thinking (e.g., Wollstonecraft, Gilman, deBeauvoir). A problem-oriented approach that explores feminist theorizing about such topics as sex, gender, race, power, oppression, identity, class, difference.
Prerequisites: One course in gender studies.
Restrictions: Junior standing required.
Usually offered: Annually, fall semester.
Semester credits: 4.

Gender Studies

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...S. Society GEND 300 Gender and Aesthetic Expression GEND 440 Feminist Theory GEND 231 Genders...

Sociology and Anthropology

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...courses numbered 202* through 499; GEND 231 or GEND 440 . At least two of the...