2015-2016 Undergraduate Bulletin

ISP 334 Sex, Gender and Justice in Global Perspective

3 hours 

From ancient times to the present, changing ideas and ideals about gender and sexuality have shaped practices of justice. Drawing on the perspectives of history, social science, philosophy, theater, and/or literature, this course focuses on a single topic or theme each semester to explore the creation and enforcement of gender norms and the regulation of sexuality in a variety of Western and Non-Western societies.




ENG 201 and junior standing or above


This course satisfies the John Jay College Option: Justice in Global Perspective (300-level) area of the Gen Ed Program.