Women, Gender, Feminism: An Introduction (FEM1100)

Interdisciplinary approach to women and to the intersection of social relations of gender, race, class, sexuality and disability in Canadian and global contexts. Introduction to basic conceptual debates in Women's Studies and to feminist theoretical positions. Development of critical analytical skills.

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Taught by: Anna Bogic Added on: Sep 25, 2016
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Midterms are fill-in-the-blank, short and long answer questions so you need to know your stuff (or be a good BSer). I found the midterm, exam, and paper very fair. The course information was super interesting and well organized. A lot of the questions were from articles in the course package so you really need to make sure you do your readings! Overall a very enjoyable and fair course.

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