Gender Equality and Social Justice (GEND) - Re-Imagining Globalization

GEND 3137  Re-Imagining Globalization


Any 18 credits


GEND 3127


3 hours per week for a total of 36 hours




Students undertake an anti-racist and decolonial feminist analysis of globalization through an exploration of the historic roots of globalization as well as the gendered impacts of specific issues like labour exploitation, global capital, environmental violence, and migration. Students analyze human rights as a form of globalization and investigate the limits and possibilities of using human rights as an instrument of justice. Students address activist strategies for building solidarities across diverse and intersecting positions. This course may be credited towards Political Science and Sociology. 

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