Description   This seminar (required for students in the GTU
Certificate in Women's Studies and open to all
interested students) explores and analyzes
emerging themes and issues in women's studies in
religion, focusing on those that intersect with
race, sexuality, gender, ethnicity, class,
culture, nationality, and religious expression.
This course will provide theoretical groundwork
and common vocabulary for students interested in
pursuing women's studies and womanist, feminist,
mujerista scholarship in theology/religious
studies. The course introduces the issues that
are raised by the field of women's studies, and
explores how these issues relate to the study of
religion. Evaluation based on Moodle
participation, leadership of class discussion,
and final project and presentation. This course
is open to all degree programs at the GTU and has
an inter-religious orientation. This course is
taught from a liberationist pedagogy perspective.
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* Note: The description above does not necessarily apply to any courses other than the one in the latest term.
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