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|WMST 160 - Introduction to Black Women's Studies|
This introductory course explores the interlocking forms of oppression circumscribing Black women’s lives in the United States, with a particular emphasis on the ways in which their lived experiences and social realities are influenced by constructions of race, gender, class, sexuality, and other markers of difference. It contextualizes Black women’s struggles for social justice historically within the broader narratives of Black freedom struggles and the Women’s Rights Movement. It underscores the ways in which despite their marginalized status, Black women have used their agency within both the private and public realms to interrogate, challenge, and resist their subordination and subvert the status quo, particularly as it is reinforced in negative constructions of Black female identity.
4.000 Credit hours
Schedule Types: Final Examination, Lecture/Seminar
Women's and Gender Studies Department
African & African American Std, African & Afric-Amer Studies, American Studies
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