Aas 328: African American Feminist Thought
AFRICAN AMERICAN STUDIES PROGRAM
Exploration of the micro-level and institutional intersections of race, class, gender, and sexuality as articulated by African American women intellectuals from the 19th century to present with particular emphasis on social scientific theory and methodology. Topics include: early black feminist thought; comparisons of black and white women's feminisms; third-wave black feminist thought; sexuality, the body, and hip-hop.
- Pre-Requisite: 24 Earned Hours
- Aas 201 or Aas 202 or G St 201 or Soc 101
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