INTA 620: GENDER AND INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS
This course is structured to develop students’ capacity to understand the central place of gender in the international governance system. It opens with the discussion of the conceptual imperatives regarding gender and feminism and how they intersect with international relations. It further searches through some theoretical debates relating to feminist international relations theory, feminist security studies and feminist methodologies in research. It examines men and women’s experiences with the international governance apparatus.