SOCI:300 Black Feminism II.
Black Feminism II is an advanced-level interrogation of black feminism—its theory, discourse and practical application. It is the continued study of how gender, race and class issues are inextricably linked to oppression, power and privilege. The course focuses on individual, institutional and activist responses to intersecting oppressions that subordinate black women and others in terms of race, gender, class, sexuality, nation and self-definitions. Prerequisite: SOCI:101, ANTH:162, SOCI:102, SOCI:202 or permission of instructor. 4 SH. CC: Diversity.