WMST 2205 – Issues for Women Globally

(3 credits – TG) 3 hours lecture

This course is an interdisciplinary study of the major issues confronting women within a global context. This course explores the political, social and economic role and status of women from developing countries. Themes may include the impact of economic globalization; citizenship, migration and refugee issues; the global sex trade; women and AIDS; militarization and nationalism; and, transnational feminist alliances for social change.

Recommended Preparation: Women’s Studies 1172 or any 2000 level Women’s Studies course.

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