WGS 301 Women and Difference: Intersections of Race, Class, and Sexuality (3)

Investigation of the interdisciplinary theoretical approaches to the interplay of race, class, gender, sexual orientation, and other aspects of social identity in women’s lives; analysis of the ways social difference is defined, used, and experienced. Emphasis on feminist and womanist theories that take into account the interdependence of multiple categories of social difference.

Prerequisite: WGS 201. Open to majors and minors or other students with permission of instructor.

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