It places emphasis on embracing diversity and strives to provide an exclusive environment where employees can thrive. Was being a man the same as being a citizen? We will explore problems pressing upon the lives of Black girls with respect to their lived experiences of work, sexuality, and education and illuminate the strategies, genius and potential of Black girls and Black girlhood. Meredith Loken This course explores the ambitious and complicated relationship between sexual violence and the legal system. Emphasis is placed on the analysis of social movement dynamics including recruitment and mobilization, strategies and tactic, and movement outcomes. What does dance do in the world and how can it help us understand social identities? Miliann Kang This is a graduate seminar in feminist research, and constitutes a core course for students enrolled in the Graduate Certificate in Advanced Feminist Studies. Jonathan Keith Gosnell component How have French stores and shopping practices evolved since the grand opening of Le Bon Marché in 1869? Students will be introduced to ways to integrate conceptual models, methodologies, and perspectives from a variety of fields to inform a unique transdisciplinary, holistic approach to public health promotion of sexual health.
Can the term be used to define cinematic texts outside the Euro-American world? Jutta Sperling component This course is a methods-course for all students interested in historical inquiry that introduces students to primary research and various theoretical frameworks. The spotlight focus for the Spring 2019 semester is promoting gender equality at work. What roles do race, class, and sexuality play? We will focus our examination on the implications of seeking and providing health care for women's and girls' health and well-being. Patrick Johnson, Jose Munoz, C. Each offering of the course will focus on a particular subset of feminist theories and applications. Senate Bill 918, co-authored by gay state Senator Scott Wiener D-San Francisco and Assemblywoman Blanca Rubio D-Baldwin Park , provides resources for housing, services, and support for youth experiencing homelessness. How is diversity related to people's perceptions of fairness and justice? Mainstream equality doctrine is probed on its own terms and through an alternative.
Expect to encounter work that challenges you in terms of form and content. Recently, some scholars have noticed the importance of Arabic gendered grammar as a source for discovering ontological and epistemological gender setting of this text. Assignments include: self awareness exercises, informational interviews, budget, resume, cover letter, career research and more. History Wednesday 2:30-5:00 Sarah Cornell This graduate seminar examines key historical events, issues, and people in the nineteenth-century United States. In this course, we will engage these questions not theoretically but through praxis. In our analysis of this topic, we will also take into consideration some scientific, legal, and moral discourses that attempted to define the nature and value of women in early modern Spain.
Readings include selections from liberal, radical, socialist, libertarian, multiculturalist and feminist political thought. And much like the MeToo movement, Argentine women have mobilized crowds in the streets around a hashtag, NiUnaMenos. The relation between sex equality under law and sex and gender inequality in society is interrogated in theory and practice in the context of relevant social science, history, and international and comparative law. We explore the issues facing African-American families as a consequence of the intersecting of race, class and gender categories of America. Focuses on current public policies and their relationship to women on topics such as sexuality and violence, economic security, race and inequality, and climate change. Obviously, in this endeavor feminists had help from many other fields and activist movements, which worked together across disciplines and movements to transform knowledge.
We'll also look at the diversity of women's experiences, analyzing how differences of race, ethnicity, class, region, and age helped shape the opportunities and choices available to individual women. Cecile Yezou The history of African American women from the experience of slavery to the present. Unfortunately, this understanding has historically been difficult, if not impossible, to achieve because most of the knowledge we have in this area is based on research conducted exclusively in males. In this interdisciplinary course, students will examine the history of racialization that black and brown bodies have experienced in American culture from the nineteenth century to present. We will then study the key terms and concepts of the foundational queer work of the 1990s and early 2000s. Topics studied include colonialism, exile, motherhood and intersections between class and gender.
Topics may include: the nature of love, the image of the hero and heroine, and definitions, past and present, of the masculine and feminine. Culture and Conflicts Asian Pacific Tuesday 2:30-5:00 p. Gender is about your personal identity and expression, and sexual orientation simply refers to who you are attracted to. There will be a weekly film screening for this course. Possible readings by: Lesley Nneka Arimah, Ramona Ausubel, Leonora Carrington, Shelly Jackson, Shirley Jackson, Kelly Link, Nobuka Takagi, Clarice Lispector, Helen Oyeyemi, Silvina Ocampo, Nnedi Okorafor, and Ali Smith.
Its primary goal is to provide a forum for students to consider the history of sexuality and race in the U. Open to Senior and Junior Political Science majors only. What has the Court said about what type of sexual activity or sexual relationships are constitutionally protected and how and why has this changed over time? Following a consideration of the prevalence and variation of types of sexual violence and coercion around the world, we consider questions such as: How, if at all, is violence against women different from other types of violence? The issue of workplace diversity has always proven important for Americans and it became even more prominent in the wake of high-profile sexual harassment and gender discrimination allegations during the emergence of the MeToo movement. The seminar helps students decide on the most appropriate methodologies to use and topics to include in their thesis. Additionally, we will explore how knowledge about health is created; how environmental conditions, social location, politics, and economic conditions affect health; how various groups have fought for changes to health care practices and delivery; and how experiences of health and illness have been reported and represented. This reflects the common underlying assumption that the two are always aligned. But it is often not that simple.
What does a polyamorous family look like? Maryann Barakso This course examines women's political incorporation in the United States primarily, but not exclusively, with respect to electoral politics. Baker This course is an interdisciplinary exploration of reproductive health, rights and justice in the United States, examining history, activism, law, policy, and public discourses related to reproduction. Unlike its predecessor, post-neoliberalism is not a cohesive political project but rather a fragmented and uneven set of responses and propositions. Manuela Picq Indigenous women are rarely considered actors in world politics. We explore women's pre-suffrage political activities before delving into the campaign for women's suffrage.