Description: This course enables you to learn how intersectional identities (gender, race, sexuality, class, ability and age) operate in a community context. Areas of focus include work, family, immigration, dislocation, environmentalism, health and other topics. Grounded in feminist methodologies, students will do interviews, ethnography and analysis by looking at real people's lives and creating practical solutions for social change. Letter grade only.
Sections offered: Fall 2019
Prerequisite: ES 191 or WGS 191