2021-2022 Undergraduate Bulletin

GEN 350 Feminist and Critical Methodologies

3 hours 

This class begins with an overview of quantitative and qualitative methods of research, assessing their costs and benefits. It then explores the interdisciplinary methods used in gender and women’s studies, including queer, postcolonial, ecocritical, and critical race methods. Students will gain an understanding of feminist research methods, including the importance of critical, community, and activist oriented approaches. Students will hone their skills to be critical readers of research in academia, media, and policy.




ENG 201, and one of the following: GEN 101 or ISP 145 or permission of the instructor