GWS 282 MN - Feminist and Queer Activisms
From anti-lynching campaigns to Black Lives Matter, Wages for Housework to domestic worker organizing, ACT UP to queer migration politics, this course examines the history of feminist, queer, and anti-racist movements. We will pay particular attention to women of color theorists and activists, and the ways in which they develop interdisciplinary and intersectional approaches to activism and advocacy. Course Information: Same as AAS 282 and LLS 282.
Meets w/AAS (CRN 71691) & LLS (CRN 71693) Platform for this section will be "Compass"
Option 1Number of Required Visit(s): 0
Course Level: Undergraduate