Middlebury

MSAB 2310

Cont. Debates Fem Thry Lat Amr

Contemporary debates and approaches to feminist theory, gender studies and decoloniality in Latin America
This introductory course approaches contemporary debates in Feminist Theory, Gender Studies, and Decoloniality in Latin America. From an intersectional and decolonial standpoint, theoretic materials and other discursivities such as cinema, literature, and art focus on the relationship between sex, sexuality, gender, race, and class, attending questions of sexism, racism, colonialism, capitalism, body, and power. The thematic units also address the history of feminist thought, black feminisms, and the articulations between gender, coloniality and decoloniality; current discussions between feminisms and indigenous movements; masculinities and the relationship between gender and violence; and recent debates in “fourth-wave” feminism, LGBTTTIQNB*, and human rights movements.
Subject:
Middlebury School Abroad
Department:
Argentina
Division:
Middlebury Schools Abroad
Requirements Fulfilled:
Equivalent Courses:
IGST 2310 *

Sections

Spring 2022

MSAB2310A-S22 Lecture (Scheinkman, Itoiz)

Spring 2021

MSAB2310A-S21 Lecture (Scheinkman, Itoiz)