DIVR 3301. INTRODUCTION TO LATINA/HISPANIC FEMINISM. 3 Hours.
This interdisciplinary course explores Latina/Hispanic feminism through the intersection of race, class, gender, and sexuality. This course is organized around the following issues: colonization, immigration, globalization, sexism, health, and violence. Through an analysis of cultural production, politics, socio-economics, literary texts, and feminist methodology, the goal of this course is to develop a robust understanding of how Latina/Hispanic feminist methodologies can be used as tools for social change and social justice. Offered as WOMS 3301, MAS 3301, and DIVR 3301. Credit will only be granted in one department.