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1. Feminist Economics (external link)
Abstract: Feminist economics critically analyzes both economic theory and economic life through the lens of gender and advocates various forms of feminist economic transformation. This course explores this new, exciting, and self-consciously political and transformative field.
Resource Type: Syllabus

2. Poverty of Freedom or Freedom from Poverty (external link)
Abstract: This course seeks to engage students in an intensive interdisciplinary study of freedom, prosperity, and poverty. In line with the objectives of the Freedom Project, this course engages in fair-minded and informed investigations that respect a variety of philosophical, religious, and economic approaches to the topics of freedom, wealth, and poverty.
Resource Type: Syllabus

3. Seminar on Reseach in Mathematics Education: Culture and Mathematics (external link)
Abstract: The main theme of this seminar is taking a socio-cultural approach to mathematics education, and the aim is to discuss research that looks at these issues
Resource Type: Syllabus

4. The Political Economy of Gender, Race, and Class (external link)
Abstract: This course offers an introduction to political economy or radical economics, an alternative to the textbook, neoclassical way of looking at the capitalist or market economy. “Radical economics” or “political economy” describe a diverse strain of economic theorizing that has existed since the nineteenth century. Rooted in the theories of Karl Marx, Thornstein Veblen, and others, and focussed at first predominantly on an analysis and critique of class dynamics, it was transformed in the second half of the twentieth century by anti-racist, anti-colonial, feminist, lesbian/gay, and ecological movement.
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The "Guide for Integrating Issues of Social and Economic Justice into Mathematics Classrooms and Curriculum" has been updated. Download.

K. Wayne Yang
2007 Panelist
Assistant Professor of Ethnic Studies
East Oakland Community High School