ANTH 131 PZ -Feminisms, Race, Anti-Racisms: Theory, Practice, Ethnography
Description: The course brings together historical, ethnographic, and interdisciplinary scholarship to analyze feminisms, race, and antiracisms, in local and global contexts. The course pays close attention to pathbreaking scholarship by U.S. women of color and women from the Global South that provides some of the most important critiques and analysis of issues concerning, for example, human rights, empire, globalization and social justice. The course examines the ways in which women scholars and activists over the past four decades have engaged in intellectual, political, and cultural work, that has transformed and continues to transform scholarly theory and activism.
Prerequisite(s): Please check course schedule for requirements
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