|Black Feminism - 39887 - AFAM 215 - 01|
This course provides an examination of black feminist theory and thought from the nineteenth century to the present. We will examine how black feminism emerges in relationship to activist traditions by developing unique lines of inquiry and modes of evidence. We will conduct interpretative analysis of the work and thought that leading black women writers produced in academic and public contexts. We will examine the basic principles and practices of black feminism and consider the major issues that the theory and practices addresses as a means to resist patriarchal social structures.
Associated Term: Fall 2021
Registration Dates: Apr 05, 2021 to Sep 03, 2021
Attributes: Core: Diversity/Domestic, SFS-Q/CULP Social Science, SFS-Q/HALC, College/AFAM:Creat,Des,EmerFor, College/AFAM:Global Race,Ethn, College/AFAM:Race,Space,PubPol, Core:HALC - Hum, Art, Lit, Cul, X-List: AMST
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