G St 641: Readings in Global History: Gender
SARAH ISOM CTR FOR WOMEN&GENDER STUDIES
This course examines mid-century feminist movements from a transnational perspective. It complicates both our understanding of second-wave feminism in an American context and examines feminist movements through case studies around the world. We will question what kinds of activist work count as feminist and consider new paradigms for understanding feminist work.
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