Code and section: GEOG*3090*01 [F]*01
Gender and Environment
This course introduces feminist scholarship and perspectives to explore men and women's experiences with both the natural and built environment. The course draws on case studies from developing and developed countries to demonstrate the importance of gender difference in understanding human interactions with the environment. Students will observe gendered use, access, knowledge, responsibility and control in rural and urban landscapes.
|Prerequisite(s):||7.50 credits, (GEOG*2210 and GEOG*2260 recommended)|
|3090 F21 sample outline||563.7 KB|