WSTC26H3: Critical Race and Black Feminist Theories

This course focuses on the theoretical approaches of critical race theory and black feminist thought this course examines how race and racism are represented and enacted across dominant cultural modes of expression and the ideas, actions, and resistances produced by Black women. The course will analyze intersections of gender subordination, homophobia, systems and institutions of colonialism, slavery and capitalism historically and in the contemporary period.

WSTA03H3 and WSTB11H3 and an additional 1.0 credit in WST courses
History, Philosophy and Cultural Studies