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Required for all majors beginning fall 2003. This interdisciplinary feminist theory course is designed as a mid-level course to serve as a bridge between Foundations and Senior Seminar. The content of the course focuses on theorizing around the multiple differences of gender, race, ethnicity, class, and sexuality as they are arranged and experienced in the United States. As an interdisciplinary course, it provides an overview of historical and ideological trends in feminist thought around these differences. Offered in alternate years.