Sep 19, 2019  
2018-2019 College of Liberal Arts 
    
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ECON 318 - Gender and Globalization

4 credits
In this class we will examine how scholars have understood and made sense of how gender issues intersect with economic globalization. Two ways in which economic globalization is manifest is through changes in trade in goods and services, and migration. We will focus on these two aspects of economic globalization. As we will discover through the readings and our discussions, scholars from a range of disciplines/theoretical frameworks, (eg economics, history, cultural studies, anthropology, sociology, political science, feminist, post-colonial theory), have contributed to our understanding of economic globalization and the way in which gender and globalization intersect. Prerequisite: ECON 101  or WGST 101 . Signature of instructor required for registration. Offered alternate years. CLA-Diversity International, CLA-Writing Intensive



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