Brandon University

36.366 Critical Readings in Gender

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An advanced course dealing with some of the major works and key debates in feminist theory and gender studies. Course objectives include learning how to read texts carefully and critically; reading texts with an eye to situating them within the historical and social conditions in which they were written; identifying major sub-areas within feminist theory; and identifying linkages between feminist theory and other schools of critical thinking including Marxism, post-colonial theory, post-structuralism, queer theory and cultural studies. 3 lecture hours per week, one term. 


 9 credit hours in Gender & Women's Studies. 

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