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Summer 2021 Women's Studies OC3550 section 001
WOMEN & SOCIETY - SEX-TRADE ECONOMY
WOMEN & SOCIETY-SEX-TRADE ECON

Call Number 11353
Points 3
Grading Mode Standard
Approvals Required None
Type LECTURE
Method of Instruction On-Line Only
Course Description Prerequisites: 5 semesters of college-level French or the equivalent.  This course in taught in French. Eligibility:  This course is open to undergraduates, graduate students, and visiting students Based on an interdisciplinary, intersectional, subalternist and post-colonial approach, this course is a general introduction to the history, sociology and anthropology of the economy of the sex-trade in Africa, America, Asia and Europe from the early nineteenth century to today. It aims to clarify: 1) the historiographical situation by questioning and analyzing the French regulatory system and its many avatars in Europe, the United States and in the colonial world, but also questioning the backlash to this system that consisted firstly of the abolitionist (born in England in the second half of the nineteenth century) and then the prohibitionist movements; 2) The relationship between class, “race” and gender in the sex market via issues of human trafficking and sex tourism in Europe, America, Africa and Asia; 3) The socio-economic issue - and its political connections – in the economy of sex with particular attention to individuals (prostitutes versus sex workers), their voices, their legal status, and even their mobilization (rallies and demonstrations, community collectives and trade unions, political and / or literary publications), but also the many heated debates that these demands for recognition and these mobilizations have provoked in places as diverse as France, the Netherlands and India to take only three specific examples in the world covered in the course. To enroll in this course, you must apply to the Columbia Summer in Paris Program through the Center for Undergraduate Global Engagement (UGE). Tuition charges apply; scholarships available. Please note the program dates are different from the Summer Term B dates. 
Web Site Vergil
Subterm 06/28-08/06 (B)
Department Global Programs
Enrollment 0 students (20 max) as of 9:07PM Tuesday, November 30, 2021
Subject Women's Studies
Number OC3550
Section 001
Division Professional Studies & Special Pgrms: Reid Hall Paris
Campus Reid Hall Paris Programs
Note Apply to take course email UGE AT COLUMBIA.EDU
Section key 20212WMST3550H001

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