GRSJ 101: Introduction to Social Justice
An overview of intersectional feminist debates and theoretical traditions.
#revolution: feminism, social justice, and social media
This course provides an introduction to intersectional feminist scholarship and an examination of social constructions of gender, race, and sexuality and how they are shaped by particular contexts, times, and places. We will focus on the ways that contemporary feminist debates are reproduced and understood in media, popular culture, and social media. For example, what do feminist hashtag campaigns on Twitter contribute to discussions of social justice? How is feminism represented on sites like Tumblr or Instagram? How might we use social media effectively as a tool for social change? In exploring these various means of expression and activism, we will attempt to answer the question: how can we understand social justice in a social media world?
Instructor: Dr. Kim Snowden
Instructor: Dr. Rosanne Sia
Section 227 (CAP)
Instructor: Dr. Alifa Bandali