WGS426H1: Gender and Globalization: Transnational Perspectives

Critically examines current interdisciplinary scholarship on globalization, its intersections with gender, power structures, and feminized economies. Related socio-spatial reconfigurations, ‘glocal’ convergences, and tensions are explored, with emphasis on feminist counter-narratives and theorizing of globalization, theoretical debates on the meanings and impacts of globalization, and possibilities of resistance, agency, and change.

WGS160Y1, one full course at THE 300+ level in WGS, and one half course in WGS.
WGS463H1, fall session 2009
Distribution Requirements
Social Science
Breadth Requirements
Society and its Institutions (3)