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|WMNS 2373 - Gender and Sexuality in World History|
Introduces key concepts in the fields of gender and identity studies as they apply to world history since about 1800. Offers students an opportunity to understand the critical significance of gender, sex, sexuality, and identity to world events and how these contentious subjects influence the contemporary world. Surveys a series of major movements in geopolitics, labor, economics, culture, and society in order to analyze how individual and group identities, as well as mass assumptions about behavior and performance, have shaped these events. Gender, sex, and sexuality are integral to class discussions of work, welfare, art, culture, violence, war, and activism. HIST 2373 and WMNS 2373 are cross-listed.
4.000 Credit hours
4.000 Lecture hours
Schedule Types: Lecture
Interdisc Studies - Soc Sc/Hum Department
NU Core Comp Stdy of Cultures, NUpath Difference/Diversity, NUpath Interpreting Culture, UG Col Socl Sci & Humanities, Crosslisted Course