WGST 3356 Gender and Political Theory
3 hours; 3 credits
Analysis of political concepts of identity, power, citizenship, race, nation and class in relation to gender and sexuality. Examination of the way ideologies of gender are deployed within the political theory tradition. Sameness/difference debate, identifying the forms of gender-based domination and resistance, and antiracist approaches to feminism. This course is the same as Political Science 3411 [78.3].
Prerequisite: Women's Studies 10.7 or 1001  or permission of the coordinator.
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