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IAS 4414 - Gender Analysis For International Affairs

Description
For generations ignored in theory and practice, gender is a central, but too often obscured dimension of the policy and practice of international affairs, relations, and development. In this transdisciplinary course, students take gender seriously as an analytical category and examine how masculinities, femininities, gender identities, and sexualities shape the construction, implementation, and outcomes of global governance, politics, economics, and interventions. Traversing macro and micro levels, the course exposes students to diverse voices from around the world, which they utilize to conduct gender analyses on case studies relevant to their interests. Throughout, we will be mindful of 1) how gender functions in tandem with sexuality, class, race, religion, and ethnicity (intersectionality) and 2) how multidimensional identities morph historically, regionally, and culturally. The student builds a gender analysis toolkit and practices what Cynthia Enloe describes as "feminist curiosity," exploring the relationship between gender and power in various aspects of international affairs.
Credits
3
Attributes
A&S IQ:LCD, SC:SSC, Arch:SSC, Art:SSC, BU:BA, IS:
Schedule Planner
Recent Semesters
Fall 2019
Offered
TuTh
Avg. Class Size
20
Avg. Sections
1