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Fall 2014 History BC4999 section 001
|Day & Time
To be announced
|Course Description||Prerequisites: Permission of the instructor. Enrollment limited to 15. Preregistration required. Examines the theory and practice of transnational feminist activism. We will explore the ways in which race, class, culture and nationality facilitate alliances among women, reproduce hierarchical power relations, and help reconstruct gender. The course covers a number of topics: the African Diaspora, suffrage, labor, development policy, colonialism, trafficking, consumerism, Islam, and the criminal justice system.|
|Enrollment||9 students as of 11:53PM Wednesday, August 20, 2014|
|Note||INSTR PERMS REQ:SEE UNDRGRD SEMINAR SECTN OF DEPT'S WEBSITE|
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