PsychologyPSYC 159M Transnational Feminism

Reviews and discusses scholarship that takes into account women's role in development and how access to resources impacts the structures that perpetuate gender inequalities. Uses a transnational gendered lens to evaluate the impacts of globalization on women's well-being and ways alternative development can alter structural inequities and transform the conditions in which women can confront aspects of their subordination, thereby impacting their psychological well-being. Satisfies senior seminar and senior comprehensive requirements.

Requirements

Enrollment is restricted to senior psychology majors.

Credits

5

Quarter offered

Winter

Instructor

Shelly Grabe