This course seeks to engage students with the feminist critique of development concerns and agenda through an introduction to both concepts from mainstream economics as well as international and national efforts of integrating women in development. Following this is is a discussion of the historical trajectories of the Indian state and international discursive and material efforts to integrating women in development. Additionally the role the women's movement and other feminist development practitioners have played in situating organisational strategies and integrating of the individual and the collective responses to social change and development. The field and the self in development practice and the feminist engagements with it will also be discussed in the course - Wandana Sonalkar, Zeba Imam, Meena Gopal.