Nov 29, 2020  
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PL 357 - Sexing Global Politics: Gender and International Relations


Credits: 4
An exploration of how the theory and practice of international relations is gendered. Students examine how the fundamental international relations concepts of security and defense are defined in gendered ways, and how the practice of diplomacy, war-making, and international economic development are gendered. Special focus on the environmental impacts of international relations’ gendered past and present, and how women’s and environmental organizations work together to challenge traditional patterns of global governance.
Prerequisites:   or permission of the instructor.
K. Graney



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