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Swarthmore College    
College Bulletin - Course Catalog 
  
 
  Oct 16, 2017
 
College Bulletin - Course Catalog

ENVS 042. Ecofeminism(s)


(Cross-listed as ENGL ENGL 089E )
An introduction to the central themes and histories of ecofeminist theories and praxis. We will study ecological feminisms/feminist environmentalisms from global perspectives, and examine how these transdisciplinary discourses and movements develop social and cultural critiques of systems of domination, and construct alternative visions for more just and sustainable human-earth relationships. Topics include ecofeminist approaches to: human rights, environmental and climate justice, food and agriculture, animal politics, health and bodies, queer ecologies, economies of "care," militarism and imperialism, and sustainable development. Readings and course materials draw on the works of Vandana Shiva, Donna Haraway, Laura Pulido, Octavia Butler, Joni Seager, Rachel Carson, Winona LaDuke, Julie Sze, Rosi Braidotti, Jael Silliman, Starhawk, Eli Clare, Audre Lorde, Silvia Federici, Wendy Harcourt, Betsy Hartmann, Wangari Maathai.
1 credit.
Eligible for CBL, ENVS, GSST
Fall 2017. Di Chiro.
Catalog chapter: Environmental Studies  
Department website: http://www.swarthmore.edu/environmental-studies


Check the Fall 2017 Schedule of Courses