Feminist Geography

Seminar in Feminist Geography
Feminist geographers have made major contributions to the discipline of Geography over the past several decades. In this course we will focus on how feminist geography might help us to address critical questions about spatiality and power relations. We will read key writings on feminist thought and practice and consider how axes of difference from gender and race, to sexuality and class work to constitute particular spaces and places. Seminar readings will also engage different methodological approaches employed by feminist scholars. We will focus on feminist contributions to understandings of knowledge production, work and social reproduction, development, globalization, and political processes. (Senior majors only; others by waiver) 3 hr. sem.
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GEOG 0417

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Fall 2015

GEOG0417A-F15 Seminar (McKinney)