This course is an interdisciplinary course examining women's roles in patriarchal society, emphasizing how factors such as race, class, gender, and sexuality contribute to the oppression of women and how they can be counted through feminist critical practices.
We will be exploring a history of women's studies in social movements and exploring key concepts associated with feminism(s), including the social construction of gender; systems of inequality; gender and the body; representation in media and culture; patriarchy and masculinity; health and reproductive justice; and gender and violence.
Upon completion of this course, you should be able to:
Prerequisites: At least one year of American history is recommended
Online sections of Pre-College courses are offered in one of the following modalities: Asynchronous, Mostly asynchronous, or Blended. Please review full information regarding the experience here.