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2019-2020 Catalog

WGS 204 Gender and Environmentalism

This course merges key insights of environmental studies/activism, which focus on relationships between living beings and their environment, and feminism, which focuses on systemic, hierarchical power structures organized by gender difference. The course investigates questions of power and knowledge at the intersection of ideas about gender and the environment/nature. We explore forms of environmental activism(s) relative to gender and gender difference (particularly as intersecting with race, class, and sexuality), and reflect on popular attitudes toward environmental issues [GM1}

Instructor

Armstrong