Feminist Political Thought





What is feminism? What is patriarchy? What and who is a woman?  How does gender relate to sexuality, and to class and race?  Should housework be waged, should sex be for sale, and should feminists trust the state?  This course is an introduction to feminist political thought since the mid-twentieth century. It explores the key arguments that have preoccupied radical, socialist and liberal feminists, and how debates about equality, work, and identity matter today.


Additional Information

Faculty: Katrina Forrester
Semester: Full Fall Term
Time: Tues, 1:30pm - 2:45pm
GOV 1029