Gender & Economic Development in a Globalizing World
This interdisciplinary course aims to provide an overview of the processes, politics and policies of economic development through a gender lens. The course examines the impacts of economic development policy on men and women and on gender relations in Africa, Asia and Latin America, in the context of a globalizing world economy. The course draws from the fields of economics, international relations and women's studies. Prerequisites: 24 credits in ISP including ITW 101 and QL. Fall or Spring, alternate years.