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G St 328: African American Feminist Thought


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.

3 Credits


  • Aas 201 or Aas 202 or G St 201 or Soc 101

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