MAIS 622: Advanced Feminisms Report a Broken Link

In this course students have the opportunity consider feminist theory and feminist research and discuss them online, to complete a feminist theory paper, and to reflect upon links between their feminist theory and feminist research. Students also convene online discussions about advanced feminisms.

Throughout the course students are encouraged to work across disciplinary boundaries, so that their work is consciously both feminist and interdisciplinary.

Supplementary Readings


Unit 1


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Lee, Enid. 1991.

Taking multicultural, anti–racist education seriously: An interview with Enid Lee. Rethinking Schools Online: An Urban Educational Journal 6.1 (Fall 1991): 6–7.

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Unit 2


Helwerth, Ulrike. 2004. Ohne Frauen ist ein Staat zu machen. Freitag 51.16 (December): 14.
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Unit 3


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Unit 6


Trainor, C., and M. Dauvergne. 2002. Spousal violence. Catalogue number 85–224–XIE20020006455, Statistics Canada.
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Unit 11


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