Feminism Across Borders: An Introduction to Global Feminist Movements

Hashintha Jayasinghe

Abstract


Feminism Across Borders: An Introduction to Global Feminist Movements is a class designed to teach freshman Composition II. Students enrolled in the course need to have completed Composition I. The university regulations require college freshmen to take the class, however, even those outside this student group can participate. It is a special topics class in which students will be informed of select feminist movements in the world. Students would apply argumentation, critical thinking, rhetorical analysis and research to develop their writing and reading skills.


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college courses; freshman composition

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