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This women's studies course provides an introductive exploration of the key concepts and definitions critical to understanding equality for all peoples and how equality impacts any sustainable development initiative. Women and girls make up more than half the world’s population and are often deeply impacted by poverty, climate change, food...

Credits:
3.0

This is an introductory course focusing on Canadian experience. Examinations of what constitutes the sources of history, Eurocentric, and androcentric traditions. Consideration of scholarship by and about women of diverse backgrounds from pre-contact to contemporary society are covered in this course. (3,0,0)

Credits:
3.0

This is an interdisciplinary course integrating topics concerning women, gender and differences throughout the humanities, social sciences and natural sciences. Introduction to Women's Studies includes consideration of scholarship by and about women in the arts, literature, science, history, society, popular culture, politics and law....

Credits:
3.0

This women's studies course provides and introduction to key issues in women's health in Canada with a global perspective. The first half of the course focuses on constructing a feminist framework for understanding women's health issues. The framework is introduced by looking at biological, socio-cultural, historical and political processes...

Credits:
3.0