IDSD06H3: Feminist and Postcolonial Perspectives in Development Studies

This interdisciplinary course traces the advance of feminist and postcolonial thinking in development studies. The course serves as a capstone experience for IDS students and social science majors looking to fully engage with feminist and postcolonial theories of development. This course combines short lectures with student led-discussions and critical analyses of development thought and practice.

Prerequisite
12.0 credits including: IDSA01H3 and IDSB07H3
Enrolment Limits
25
Breadth Requirements
History, Philosophy and Cultural Studies