Department: Women's, Gender & Sexuality Studies
Description: A critical examination of selected topics in women's, gender, and sexuality studies. May be repeated if topic is different; a maximum of 6 hours.
Credit Hours: 3
Graduate Level Course: This course is approved for graduate credit
Dates: 06/19/2023 - 07/14/2023
Location: Fell Hall 112 (FEL 112)
Instructor: Jacklyn Weier
Class Notes: Feminist Political Economy – In-person and synchronous online - This course introduces students to the foundations of interdisciplinary feminist political economic research. Participants will read feminist interventions in political economy to better understand the role of socially constructed difference in the production of economic processes and discourses. While drawing on theorists from a variety of disciplines, the course is taught from a social science perspective and highlights geographical research. The course provides a dual focus on neoliberal capitalist processes and non-capitalist economic systems and possibilities. Participants can expect to learn about political economy, diverse economies, property theory, the commons, and social reproduction theory from an intersectional standpoint. This course is taught as a senior and graduate level seminar, dependent on advanced reading, discussion, and participation.
Class Notes: Synchronous Hybrid
Textbooks have not been finalized for section.