Money, Sex, Power


Capitalism as a historical force in its relation to gender and race structures. The intellectual history provided by Marxist critiques of capital for the development of a distinct body of feminist materialist thought, including dual systems theory, ideology critique, poststructuralist understandings of language and culture, and the rise of globalization as the latest economic context in which to think about gender, material life and power. One course.

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Marxism and Society