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New Course Supplement 2017

WGSS 41.05 Gender and Violence: Transnational Feminist Analyses

This course introduces students to the relationship between gender and violence in both local and global formations of power. Together, we will critically examine how everyday people and feminist activists identify, theorize, and challenge systemic modes of gendered violence across transnational feminist perspectives. Our investigations lead us to a myriad of historical and contemporary issues. Such topics include transnational feminist perspectives on domestic violence; militarization and women’s health; media and representation; sexual violence; colonialism; gendered and racial discrimination; trafficking of women; the prison-industrial complex; gendered care labor; immigration and deportation; international relations and religion; feminist coalitions on gendered violence; and media networks and globalization.

Distributive and/or World Culture

Dist:INT or SOC; WCult:CI

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