SOC 311 - Feminist Theory

This course examines the evolution of feminist thought over the past two centuries and considers the extent to which feminist theories have shaped and been shaped by social, economic, and cultural factors. The course explores a range of theoretical frameworks-including Marxism, Freudian psychoanalytic theory, materialism, radical feminism, and postmodernism-that feminists have applied to important and contested issues, such as the body, subjectivity, sexual difference, diveristy, race, sexual orientation, identity politics, and colonialism.


Credit hours: 3.0

Co-Requisites:
Eligibility:
Last updated: 05/28/2019