Answer the question posed below. You must contextualize the your analysis by relating it to specific categories (politics, economics, culture, etc.), themes, trends, people, events, transregional connections, parallels, and/or systems that you have learned from the course material up to this point. You do not need to use material from all the previous chapters but you do need to judiciously synthesize the information you use. Thus, explaining and contextualizing with accurate examples is necessary.
In addition, remember to explain your arguments and examples. DO NOT assume I know what you are talking about. You must also format your response in a narrative (essay style) structure (do not list your responses). Be sure to use in-text citations when applicable, as we have done with the discussion posts. Finally, be sure to write out your response, cut and paste it into the midterm text entry box, on Dec. 16 at 5.00 PMâ€”no exceptions and nothing submitted after this will be accepted.
PROMPT: The primary sources in chap. 22, “Working with Evidence: Global Feminism,” provide insights into instances of feminist struggles across the globe. After reading these sources, you must discuss, first, what these feminist struggles have in common, and second, which among these is most pressing today and why.