Dr. Liz Ahl

When we speak of putting learners at the centers of our classrooms and enabling them to be active participants (rather than passive recipients) in their education, we owe a debt to Women’s Studies.
- Dr. Liz Ahl, from her 2005 Kalikow Award acceptance speech.

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SO 3160 - Women in World Development
Credits: 3
Examines women's changing role and status in developing countries. Issues covered and explored include sexual division of labor, relationship among classes and castes, gender and ethnicity, the household economy and subsistence production, migration, leadership roles and styles, women's role in development projects, internationalization of capital and women's work, and women and political power. Materials focus on women's experiences in Africa, Asia and Latin America. Springs. Prerequisite(s): AN 2210 or SO 2220.

*All course information is from the 2013-2014 Catalog.