Explores the interdisciplinary field of feminist theory.
This course explores the interdisciplinary field of feminist theory, looking at the historical development of feminist theory across the humanities and social sciences, but emphasizing current developments in feminist theorising around questions of identity, embodiment, and the relationship between gender and sexuality.
The primary objective of this course is for students to develop a broad understanding of a range of feminist approaches to analysing social structures, texts, and cultural phenomena so that they can compare and apply these approaches in their written academic work and everyday life.
You will join a class which is studying Gender Studies (GENDER 208) as part of an undergraduate degree, but you will not attend tutorials, complete assignments or sit an exam – a no-stress learning opportunity.
Please note that you will not have online access to the course lecture notes.
Limited to 10 CCE participants.