Critical Race & Political Econ 244 - The Historical-Grammar of Black Feminist Thought Across the Caribbean and the Americas
Black Feminist Thought
Maria Abello Hurtado
Mount Holyoke College
Clapp Laboratory 420
This class aims to raise student awareness of and exposure to different cultural backgrounds and contributions of Black feminist thought, womanism, and afro feminism across the Caribbean and the Americas. We will take a historical journey exploring the roles of cisgender Black women and gender-non-confirmative Black people in the formations of Black feminist thought, highlighting their contributions and struggles in dismantling the Western matrix of domination, but also in the radical building of new societies. Students will learn about the groundbreaking theories and methodologies that helped pave the way for contemporary feminist organizations and social movements.
Permission is required for interchange registration during the add/drop period only.