Women's Activism, Local and Global
This course examines the strategies that women have used and are using in struggles for social justice and broad social change. With illustrations from women's movements past and present, and from the contemporary global context, the course evaluates and critiques different strategies for structuring organizations, publicizing issues, interacting with the state, and resisting oppression. A practical component may be included. PREREQ: 6 credits of WOMN course. (lec 3) cr 3. Students may not retain credit for both WOMN 3316 and WOMN 3235.