Semester: Sommersemester 2015

3.02.150 S Feminism and Environmental Ethics


  • Freitag: 12:00 - 14:00, wöchentlich



  • ang615 Motifs - Themes - Issues (and their Media)
  • PB 195a Erweiterte anglophone Sprach- und Kulturkompetenz
  • PB 195b Erweiterte anglophone Sprach- und Kulturkompetenz
  • pb113 Erweiterte anglophone Sprach- und Kulturkompetenz
  • pb114 Erweiterte anglophone Sprach- und Kulturkompetenz


  • Studium generale / Gasthörstudium

Für Gasthörende / Studium generale geöffnet:

Hinweise zum Inhalt der Veranstaltung für Gasthörende
What obligations do humans have vis-à-vis their environment, both human and non-human? Is the destruction of the environment linked to the oppression of women? Do women, who have traditionally been associated with nature in contradistinction to male intellect, physique, and civilizatory powers, have a different relationship with and approach to their human and non-human environment? These will be the central questions that the course will examine in non-fictional feminist essays and debates as well as in the fiction of a variety of North American women writers. Course requirements: Regular attendance, active participation in class discussions, preparation of the weekly readings. Please purchase and read the following novels prior to the beginning of the course: Rachel Carson. Silent Spring (1962). Margaret Atwood. Surfacing (1972). Barbara Kingsolver. Prodigal Summer. (2000).


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