Regulating Gender

G399 — Fall 2020

Mother and child walking through a field
Jiling Duan
Days and Times
MW 11:15AM-12:30PM
Course Description

Explores the regulation of gender relations through the institutions of state, church, and/or civil society, including: public policies; laws and their enforcement; religions; ethical and moral norms; and other social conventions and cultural norms. Strong focus on cross-cultural and transnational comparisons. May be thematically concentrated around case studies. 

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