Contemporary Debates in Feminist Theory

G603 — Spring 2020

Jennifer E. Maher
LH 325
Days and Times
T 9:30AM-12:00PM
Course Description

Explores classic and current feminist theories, asking questions about knowledge, subjectivity, sexuality, and ethics. Debates are situated within and against various intellectual movements, such as Marxism, post-structuralism, theories of race and ethnicity, postcolonial/transnational/diaspora and cultural studies, and others. Sexuality studies and queer theory’s relation to feminist praxis will form a key component of the course, as it juxtaposes classic social theory and feminist texts with more current works.

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