2012-2013 Pitzer Catalog 
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HIST 168 PZ - Diaspora, Gender, and Identity

This course will interrogate the multiple conceptualizations of “diaspora” through the analytic lens of gender and in a diverse historical contexts, particularly in the early modern and modern eras and focusing on African, Chinese, and Indian diasporas. Until recently, studies have neglected women and gender in comparative diaspora histories. this course will therefore focus on cutting-edge scholarship dealing with identity reproduction, the role of marriage and sex in establishing networks across space and time, and tensions over sexuality, masculinity, patriarchy, community leadership, morality, and belonging.

Prerequisite(s): 1 course in either history, anthropology or GFS.

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