Interdisciplinary examination of feminist theories of gender and sexuality. Focuses on contemporary issues, debates, and practices, while grounding them in foundational theories and investigating how these issues and debates play out across disciplines and practices. Examples include the perils of identity politics, tensions between feminist and queer theories, the politics of representation, and gender justice in a globalised world.
For full course information see the Digital Course Outline for GENDER 208.
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Lecturer(s) Dr Sarah Bickerton
GENDER 208: 15.0 points
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