[ENVS 250] Women and Politics in Africa
Introduction to the roles and interaction of women within African society and in relation to the African state. Examines the formal and informal ways in which African women have entered and shaped the political sphere; as political activists, organizers, voters, politicians, lawyers, and policymakers. This course situates the study of African women in politics within the scholarship of developing world gender politics more broadly.
Women and Politics in Africa
Fulfills Domain/Capstone Requirements
Prerequisite: Political Science 130 or 160, or sophomore standing.
Offered odd years, spring semester.
Also listed as Political Science 250.