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LABOR 360 Social Reproduction Theory and Radical Politics of Care (5) SSc
Develops critical understandings of the current neoliberal conditions shaping social reproduction and care including the many ways everyday life and slow death are sustained by intersecting systems of power and changing relations between and within the Global North and South. Offered: jointly with CHID 360/GWSS 360; Sp.
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LABOR 480 Labor Studies Research (5, max. 10) SSc
Explores current and past research practices within labor studies across a variety of disciplines and methodologies. Requires a major project on a current labor studies issue. Prerequisite: POL S 249/HSTCMP 249/SOC 266 or HSTAA 353. Offered: AWSp.
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LABOR 496 Labor Studies Internship (1-6, max. 12)
Experiential learning opportunities that connect undergraduate students at the University of Washington with the local labor movement, through partnerships with labor/community organizations. Provides students who are invested in labor and social justice advocacy with the opportunity to explore how organizations work to make systemic and community-level changes for the benefit of working people. Recommended: POL S 249/HSTCMP 249/SOC 266 or HSTAA 353. Credit/no-credit only. Offered: AWSpS.
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LABOR 499 Labor Studies Independent Study (1-5, max. 15)
Supervised independent study or research for students in the Labor Studies Minor, who wish to pursue topics not available in regular course offerings. Prerequisite: POL S 249/HSTCMP 249/SOC 266 or HSTAA 353. Offered: AWSpS.
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