|Course Title||SEM: GENDER AND DIASPORA|
|Full Title||Seminar: Gender and Diaspora|
|Description||Historical and interdisciplinary perspectives on gendered impact of forcible migration (African, Asian, Jewish). Scholarly debates concerning influence of men's and women's experiences of diaspora on modern political identities, social movements, and cultural production. May be repeated with new content. See Class Schedule for specific content. Maximum credit of six units.|
|Prerequisite||Classified graduate standing.|
Crosslisted with MALAS 600A. Not open to students concurrently enrolled in or with credit in MALAS 600A (Seminar: Gender and Diaspora).
Distance Education course. All class meetings and activities take place online.
Direct faculty instruction and academic activities at the times and days listed in the Class Schedule, with additional time slots for office hours. Please see syllabus for details.