WOMST 590 - Women’s Studies Practice and Theory
An active exploration of local-to-global change in relation to feminist and nonviolence theories, concepts, and methods. Includes a social change project consisting of 52 hours of skill and research-based field experience with a campus or community organization. Students will read and discuss academic writings on inclusive approaches to social change, participatory action research, community building, social movements and theory. This course provides students with professional and academic skills that relate to employment and graduate work in diverse fields.
Pr.: 3 hrs of women’s studies credit or by instructor permission.
Spring, alt years
DAS 590, Applied Nonviolence
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