WGST 3200 Gender, Race, and Environmental Justice
4 semester hours
This course explores the relationships between peoples and environments, focusing on the roles and resources, identity, power relations, and geography. The course explores the theoretical and material implications of the different ways in which environmental injustice leads to the degradation of gendered environments and bodies. The course will provide multiple interdisciplinary perspectives on the state of gender, sexuality, race, ethnicity, and the environment.
University Core fulfilled: Integrations: Interdisciplinary Connections; Flags: Engaged Learning, Writing.