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This course will explore the gender dynamics of racial, ethnic and economic relations of power in domestic, international and transnational settings.
The course covers the historical debates within the ‘women’s movement’ in the United States by examining various 'classical' and 'foundational' texts.
This course employs the reproductive justice framework in the United States and globally.
This course offers an overview of whiteness studies in the United States, a subfield within critical race theory.
This special topics course explores the gender and racial underpinnings of contemporary immigration politics in the Global North.