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4 sem. hrs. Prereq.: WGST 100, WGST 111,WGST 125, or WGST 193 and sophomore standing. Explores the historic roots of the demand for political, social, and economic justice for women. Studies the development of feminist theory and activism through comparative analysis. Emphasizes the diversity of feminist thought and how successive generations have revised the meaning of feminist theory and practice.