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2) March, 16 Gender and Power No Turning Back, Chapter 2 “Gender and Power”. 3) March 20 &22 First Wave A History of US Feminisms, Chapter 2 “First Wave Feminism: Fighting for the Vote”. Gender in Georgia, Chapter 1 “Pioneer Women: Herstories of Feminist Movements in Georgia. 4) March, 23 Second Wave A History of US Feminisms, Chapter 3, “Second Wave Feminism: Seeking Liberation and Equality.” Exam 1: Essay (Due March, 23) 5) March 27&29 Feminism and Race No Turning Back,  Chapter 4,  “Race and the  Politics of Identity in US Feminisms” 6) March, 30 Third Wave A History of US Feminisms, Chapter 4, “Third Wave Feminism: Embracing Contradictions.” 7) April, 3&5 Global Feminisms No Turning Back,  Chapter 5, “The Global Stage  and the Politics of Location”  Exam 2: Essay (Due April, 5) 8) April 10 &12 Gender and Elections No Turning Back, Chapter 14, “Women and Politics.” Gender in Georgia, Chapter 5, “Women’s Political Representation in Georgia.” 9) April, 13 Women and Political Parties Women in the Parties: Deconstructing Myths, Union Sapari. 10) April, 17&19 Wage Labor No Turning Back, Chapters 6&7. “Women’s Domestic Labor”, “Economic Gender Gap.” 11) April, 20 Labor and Migration Gender in Georgia, Chapter 12, “Georgian Women Migrants: Experiences Abroad and at Home.” Feminist Press Analysis. (Due April, 20) 12) April, 24&26 Gender and Violence No Turning Back, Chapter 12, “Gender and Violence”
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Gender in Georgia, Chapter 7 “Domestic Violence in Georgia: State and Community Responses” 13) April, 27 LGBT Rights Gender in Georgia , Chapter 14 “Tracing LGBT Movement in Georgia: Stories of Activists.” 14) May, 1, 3 &4 Body Politics No Turning Back, Chapter 9, “Medicine, Markets and the Female Body.” 15) May, 8 &10 Feminist Strategies No Turning Back, Chapter 13, “Feminist Visions and Strategies;” Exam 3: Essay (Due May, 8) 16) May, 11 Review and Catch up O THER IMPORTANT INFORMATION General Education Courses that fulfill the 9-unit requirement for Explorations in General Education take the goals and skills of GE Foundations courses to a more advanced level. Your three upper division courses in Explorations will provide greater interdisciplinary, more complex and in-depth theory, deeper investigation of local problems, and wider awareness of global challenges. More extensive reading,
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