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Course Number: WMNS/HIST/SOCL 5240

Department: Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies (WMNS), History (HIST), and Sociology (SOCL)

Engages students in the study of a variety of forms of feminist resistance in recent history, emphasizing the United States in the context of cross-cultural examples. Examines key feminist texts and manifestos and studies feminist activism in coalition with other social movements. Students identify and analyze unique features of gender-based activism in itself and in its intersections with other social movements, including movements and activism focused on race, class, sexuality, and physical ability.

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