GENDER, ETHNICITY, AND THE ENVIROMENT
2014 Spring Term
Women's Studies 481
An examination of the ways that sexism, racism, ethnic/class exploitation and environmental destruction are interrelated. Considers social and cultural forces that lead to limited and/or gendered concepts of nature, and explores alternative theoretical and activist perspectives (deep ecology, bioregionalism, ecofemisim, environmental justice, etc.) and responses to the environmental crisis.
Other Requirements: PREREQ: SOPHOMORE STANDING
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