Subject: Womens and Gender Studies
Credit units: 3
College: Arts and Science
Department: Interdisc Cntr Culture Creat


Engaging feminist theoretical frameworks and interdisciplinary community-building practices arising from experiences of colonization, migration and/or diasporas across the Americas, students will participate in a range of experiential learning opportunities, examining the construction of meaning, cultural memories, processes of identity-formation and possibilities for socio-political representation in the interwoven rural/urban environments that continue to shape Saskatoon’s evolution as a prairie city. This community-engaged course will give participating students the opportunity to develop a series of theoretical frameworks that will help them complete assignments both for this course and, if they so choose, and when available, for a subsequent travel study class in Santiago, Chile.

Prerequisite(s): 30 credit units of university course work
Note: WGST 112.3 or International Studies 211.3 or 212.3 are strongly suggested. This course may not be repeated for credit.

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