Credit hours: 3.00
Contact hours per week: 3-0-0
Relationships between various state formations and women's lives. Offerings start from the understanding that the state plays a central role in organizing gender, racial, sexual, and national relations of power. Focus on specific areas such as reproductive rights, paid/unpaid labour, citizenship and immigration, indigenous sovereignty, sexual rights, social security, marriage, and war/militarism.
Prerequisite(s): Women and Gender Studies 1000 or a previous course in Women and Gender Studies AND second-year standing (a minimum of 30.0 credit hours)
Note: Gender-based courses in other disciplines may be appropriate background preparation for this course. Please contact the Department of Women & Gender Studies for more information.