Feminist Studies

FMST 120 Transnational Feminisms

Explores the emergence of transnational feminism through U.S. women of color and postcolonial feminism. Underscores the role of globalization, nationalism, and state formation in relation to feminist theorizing, activism, and labor across the Global South. In an attempt to understand the salience of inequalities, the course interrogates the continuation of feminist critique that is attentive to the war on terror, neocolonialism, and empire.


Prerequisite(s): FMST 1. Enrollment is restricted to sophomores, juniors, and seniors.



General Education Code