Lucy A. Jarosz
Examines theories and case studies across international, national, and regional scales in order to illustrate the impacts of social and economic processes upon the construction of gender in particular places.
How gender and geography interact to construct identity, nation, space, place and environment and why gender matters in understanding social and environmental change at the local, national and international levels.
Student learning goals
General method of instruction
Lectures, in class and small group discussion, guest speakers, videos
an introductory level course in human geography and/or women studies
Class assignments and grading
Four essay assignments
Essays, Final Examination, Class Participation