Wilfrid Laurier University Undergraduate Academic Calendar - 2011/2012
Canadian Excellence

Women, Migration and Diaspora
0.5 Credit

This course explores the ways in which inequalities and differences, arising from new forms of globalization and from our history of colonialism and racism, affect women and contemporary societies in the global movement of people, goods, culture and money. Readings will incorporate interdisciplinary perspectives, possibilities for transnational feminist resistance and social change.

Additional Course Information
WS100 and registration status as senior student.