Credit Weight: 0.5 Prerequisite(s): Women’s Studies 1100 or permission of the instructor Description: Using an interdisciplinary approach and a foundation in feminist theory, students will explore the connections between women and “nature” in North America and transnationally. Opportunities are presented for pursuing more specialized and/or applied topics of interest. Format includes critical analysis of the scholarly literature, class discussion, presentation, and writing assignments, including reflexive work. Offering: 3-0; or 3-0 Notes: Students who have previous credit in Women’s Studies 3110 may not take Women’s Studies 2114 for credit.

Women’s Studies 2114 Ecofeminism

Credit Weight: 0.5 Prerequisite(s): Women’s Studies 1100 or permission of the instructor Description: Using an interdisciplinary approach and a foundation in feminist theory, students will explore the connections between women and “nature” in North America and transnationally. Opportunities are presented for pursuing more specialized and/or applied topics of interest. Format includes critical analysis of the scholarly literature, class discussion, presentation, and writing assignments, including reflexive work. Offering: 3-0; or 3-0 Notes: Students who have previous credit in Women’s Studies 3110 may not take Women’s Studies 2114 for credit.




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