WSTB09H3: Gender, Race, and Colonialism

This course is an introduction to how the history of colonialism and the power relations of the colonial world have shaped the historical and social constructions of race and gender. The course considers political, legal, economic, and cultural realms through which colonialism produced new gendered and racial social relationships across different societies and communities. The ways in which colonial power was challenged and resisted will also be explored.

1.0 credit at the A-level in any Humanities or Social Science courses
History, Philosophy and Cultural Studies