An introduction to the study of women and gender across disciplines and cultures. Designed to engage students in some of the most important methodological and theoretical debates regarding women's experiences and the construction of knowledge about women historically and today. Literary, anthropological, sociological, historical, scientific, and managerial perspectives may be included.
This seminar explores the relationship between theory and application in the field of women and gender studies. This includes the study of feminist theories and methodologies with special attention to the application of these to current debates and social issues. In addition, students must complete a research paper or applied experience project that is relevant for their major field of study.