This course is a cross-cultural study, from a multidisciplinary perspective regarding the history and philosophy of the women's activism on a global scale. It offers an introduction to the lives and achievements of women in a range of cultural milieu whose theorizing and activism has changed the position of women in those societies and thus our own. It will cover a wide range of issues related to the lives of the women and cultures featured. The course will cover the conditions and circumstances affecting the lives of women in various historical and social contexts. It will include discussion of issues such as female bonding, leadership, and women's goals and strategies to achieving them within local, national, and global contexts. Students are recommended to take FNWS 100 prior to enrolling in this course. 2017/06/12-2017/07/24 Lecture Monday 08:30AM - 12:00PM, Burnaby Main Building, Room 102 (more)...