AP/SOCI3658 3.0 M: Colonialisme et genre en Afrique noire

Offered by: SOCI


Winter 2022





Calendar Description / Prerequisite / Co-Requisite

La colonisation par sa mission civilisatrice a contribué entre autres à forger des rapports de genre dans les sociétés africaines. Dans ce sens, ce cours traite de son impact sur les rapports sociaux de sexe autant en Afrique coloniale que postcoloniale. Cours incompatible: AP/GL/WMST 3524 3.00. AVANT AUTOMNE 2009: Cours incompatible: AK/AS/WMST 3524 3.00.

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