|TITLE||Feminism and Anthropology|
|LEVEL||03 - Years 2, 3, 4 in Modular Undergraduate Course|
|DESCRIPTION||Gender identity, gender and space, honour and shame, role segregation of men and women, women and powererlessness: reality or illusion? This course examines a wide spectrum of ethnography on gender in the light of changes in feminist theory. Assessment is by 2,000 word essay on an approved topic, and an oral presentation.
include M. Mead Male and Female; A. Weiner Women of Value, Men of Renown; J. Donovan Feminist Theory; H. Moore Feminism and Anthropology.
|METHOD OF ASSESSMENT||
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