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GST 225 Women and Human Rights Worldwide 3.0 Credits

Women's human rights emerged in the 1980's as a special area, distinct from existing human rights norms. They are intended to better defend women's rights throughout the world. This class will consider women’s human rights in a global context, looking at all parts of the world. We will examine women's rights around various topics such as health, social position, exile, war, censorship, childhood, and work. Academic literature, fiction, and film will all contribute to an understanding of the topic.

College/Department: College of Arts and Sciences
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit

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