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PS226 – Gender & Politics

Examines the following questions: Are there politically relevant differences between the sexes, and if so, are they the product of nature and/or convention? What is/ought to be the relation between the political community and private attachments? How has liberalism answered these questions? How does consideration of gender challenge liberal theories such as contract, individual rights, and human nature? Readings in both political theory and in feminist literature.

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TermBlockTitleInstructorLocationStudent Limit/ AvailableUpdated
Spring 2018 Block 7 Gender & Politics Eve Grace TBA 25/0 11/24/2017