HIS465Y1: Gender and International Relations

Hours: 
48S

This seminar explores the use of gender as a category of analysis in the study of international relations. Topics include gendered imagery and language in foreign policymaking; beliefs about women's relationship to war and peace; issues of gender, sexuality, and the military; gender and global governance; gender and the global economy; sexual violence; and contributions of feminist theory to international relations theory.

Prerequisite: 

HIS311Y/HIS344Y/HIS377H1/​POL208Y1/​POL351H1/​JPP343H1/​WGS160Y1 or permission of instructor

Exclusion: 
Distribution Requirements: 
Humanities
Breadth Requirements: 
Thought, Belief and Behaviour (2)
Society and its Institutions (3)