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|AFAM 214 - Race & Radical Feminisms|
Using primary and secondary sources, this undergraduate course examines post-1960s radical feminists’ efforts to address and theorize race. While this course centers and highlights the theories of race feminists of color, particularly radical black feminists, this course will address how various radical feminists theorized how race impacted their feminist theories and praxis. In order to understand how radical feminists articulated their radical politics domestically and globally, students will review these feminists’ efforts to understand how race shapes their understanding of bodily integrity, sexuality, labor, gendered embodiment, anti-colonial/liberation struggles, and feminist solidarity.
3.000 Credit hours
3.000 Lecture hours
Schedule Types: Lecture
African American Studies Department