Gender And Socialism

HISTORY 202

History of socialist feminism as a global political movement and philosophical-theoretical tradition with a special focus on its divergent national trajectories and conflict-ridden relationship with liberal feminism and socialist and communist movements and governments in Europe, Russia, China and US since the nineteenth century; offers an overview of European, Russian, Chinese and US history of the last two centuries; includes exploration of principles and aspirations that informed socialist theory of modern society, social justice, family, motherhood, parenthood, sexual difference, gender equality as well as public policies and legislation instituted or informed by the socialist tradition. Instructor: Krylova

Crosslisting Numbers

GSF 216; ICS 216

Curriculum Codes: 

CCI, CZ, EI, SS

Theme (Concentration)

Economic and Business Cultures, Human Rights and Social Movements, Law and Governance, Women, Gender and Sexuality

Region

Europe and Russia