Feminisms in Theory and Practice
An examination of new feminist thinking through a contemporary sociological lens. Topics may include food and the politics of fat, prostitution, militarism, troubling the boundaries between nature and culture, indigenous women's organizing around climate change, ecological feminisms, feminist economics, materialism, epistemologies and ontologies. Contemporary feminisms challenge social convention.
- 1.5 units of 300- or 400-level SOCI course; or
- permission of the department.