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ENGL 2125 Introduction to Feminisms (Fall/Spring: 3 )

Course Description

This introductory course offers both an overview and a foundation for understanding the various movements that make up what has come to be called the feminist movement in the U.S. Because systems of privilege and disadvantage shape women's and men's identities and social positions in multiple and unique ways, Introduction to Feminisms analyzes gender from an interdisciplinary approach and applies numerous academic disciplinary methods to the study of gender, including history, literature, psychology, and sociology, and explores women's and men's experiences within various cultural contexts, including socioeconomic class, race and ethnicity, religion and spirituality, nations of citizenship, origin, and generation.

Instructor(s): Andrew Owens

Prerequisites: None

Cross listed with: SOCY2225 COMM2225 HIST2502

Comments: Fulfills Women Writer's requirement for ENGL/LSOE majors.

Last Updated: 27-Nov-17