GWSS 4003: Science, Bodies, Technologies

3 Credits

Feminist approaches to scientific methods and practices. Relationship between scientific practices and social relations, emphasizing the larger social, political, and economic context in which scientific knowledge production takes place. How scientific knowledge structures relationships of power and inequality, and constructs understandings of bodies and identities. Ways in which science shapes meanings of sex, race, gender and sexuality.

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