Wilfrid Laurier University Graduate Calendar - 2007/2008
Canadian Excellence

CQ610
Race, Gender and Imperialism
0.5 Credit

This course critically examines the historical and discursive practices through which racialization developed within colonial relations and contestations with particular attention to the intersection of gender and racialization in various literary, visual and ethnographic colonial and post-colonial narratives. Using an anti-colonial framework, this course also examines how race and gender are constituted within contemporary imperialist practices such globalization and the current “war on terror.”