Gender and Nation

HIST Q268
3.00 crs.

Knowledge-Values Courses: History II: Modern World

Since its birth in the late eighteenth century, nation has been imagined and projected in highly gendered language and imagery. This course takes students on a global journey to map this gendering of nation from different world regions in order to understand why and how this gendering of nation happened the way it did, and explore the consequences of it on the lived experiences of people: men, women, and queer group. 

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