16. Juli 2021
The course gave me various insights and exposure to feminist and black struggles in the American polity. I could some leads from the lessons which might be useful to work on my future research papers.
11. Feb. 2020
This course was very impactful, I now understand the history of rape as a crime, the attitudes that have diminished and undermine women's rights. I am hoping that we will get things right as a people
von Meherjyoti B•
30. Aug. 2020
It is very nice and selection of topics and films and videos of Prof Apthekar is very relevant to topic. I enjoyed and learned west feminist movement
von Тетяна Я•
16. März 2022
it's very interesting course ? but as I did not have enough information, I wanted to know more . thank you for the opportunity to join this course
von Mitali B•
26. Jan. 2021
The course was well formulated. It could have included some current examples of Feminism and the females who broke stereotypes to succeed in life.
von Sangdeun I (•
20. Sep. 2022
Good a lesson to learn What is a Feminists movement, but sometimes bored because the teaching method only has a listen to a person and lecture.
von SAI P•
27. Aug. 2019
it's much about the case study of different issues all over the world on social justice to women, race disparities and collective gatherings etc
von DUA A P 1•
29. Juli 2020
It was an enlightening course which provided an overview of several movements that have taken place in history through a feminist perspective.
von Gabby M•
14. Juli 2020
I wish it was more in depth and longer because the topic is very interesting and ever relevant, but the videos were still very informative.
von Tracy K P•
19. Aug. 2022
This course improves my thoughts on Feminism and reminds me to be a feminist revolutionary person in my community. I have to strive a lot.
von Vibusha K M•
2. Jan. 2022
This is a really good course for someone new to the concept of feminism. Very informative and productive. Very easy to grasp details.
von Tat K H•
14. Sep. 2020
Thanks for the course materials. However, the video is somehow too long. It's difficult to watch an 1-hour video under self-learning.
von Lydia J•
21. Mai 2020
It was interesting to hear new stories that I have not heard before, but it would have been interesting to have more current content
von Gaytri R•
9. Mai 2020
it was a great course and i learnt about various new cases and factors that are included in the study of feminism and social justice
von Diane M•
19. Mai 2021
Loved it! I think it could probably use some updating now that we're in 2021 and this was in 2018, but overall, great lectures.
von 佳 王•
6. Jan. 2021
Lack of interaction. But overall I gained some knowledge about the history and nature of feminism from the valuable course.
von Aakaanksha A•
2. Sep. 2020
This course helped me understand the core values of feminism and social justice movements and why they are so important
von Laurélie D F•
2. Okt. 2020
Really interesting discussions and topics. It's a pleasure to listen to the Professor, she is really a good speaker.
von Angie M Z S•
23. Juli 2020
A pesar de ser un curso bastante corto muestra movimientos e hitos importantes para el movimiento feminista.
von deepti b•
21. Apr. 2020
it was really nice course. hope many young generation will also take this course. it was a nice experience
von Andrew “ G•
13. Sep. 2020
I wish there was a little more content in the course, but it was a good primer on a variety of topics.
von Emily S•
17. Aug. 2020
An excellent review of the difficulties women face today and the recent history of those struggles.
25. Nov. 2020
I really liked this course. I think the format of it really helped me get through it easier as well.
von Gracie W•
6. Juni 2022
I really enjoyed learning about feminism & social justice through an intersectional feminist lense.
von Lesly G M•
23. Juli 2021
Me pareció un curso muy informativo, creo que me hubiese gustado más sobre el movimiento feminista
von Muskan m•
9. Jan. 2022
thank you so much this course is very knowledgable for me . i lerned many aspects of the society
von Beth M S•
24. Nov. 2021
One thing I wished - was the acknowledgement of who started the #Metoo movement - Tarana Burke.