CTSJ 213 Women's Work

The course interrogates the assumptions underlying paid and unpaid labor with respect to "women's work" as it intersects with race, class, sex, gender, and sexuality. Drawing on a socio-critical perspective, we examine the inequalities associated with reproductive labor, child care, housework, sex work, and the 'feminization' of certain professions.

Credits

4 units

Core Requirements Met

  • Global Connections