Lise Gotell, PhD Political Science, York University
Professor, Faculty of Arts - Womens & Gender Studies
- (780) 492-0326
1-02D Assiniboia Hall
9137 116 St NWEdmonton ABT6G 2E7
GSJ 501 - Social Justice Workshop
Advanced study of theories of social justice. Students will complete 20 hours of Community Service-Learning (CSL) and reflect on how their CSL experiences were informed by or challenged the theoretical material explored in the course.
GSJ 520 - Law and Feminism in Canada
A focus on the fundamentally contradictory role of law for women in Canada, building on the insights offered by feminist cross-disciplinary legal scholarship. (Not open to students with credit in WGS 420.)
WGS 230 - Consent
An interdisciplinary exploration of the concept of sexual consent. Topics covered may include: the role of sexual violence in colonization, feminist law reform, unwanted sex, sexual agency, sexual fraud, and the limitations of consent- based prevention.
WGS 420 - Law and Feminism in Canada
A focus on the fundamentally contradictory role of law for women in Canada, building upon role of insights offered by feminist cross-disciplinary legal scholarship. Prerequisite: Any 100 or 200 level WGS course, or departmental consent.