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Summer Session 2017

Enroll in classes offered by Gender & Sexuality Studies this summer

Summer Session 1

50C  Gender & Popular Culture
J. Scheper


An investigation of gender, race, and sexuality in film, TV, video, music, and advertising, with attention to the ways that popular culture shapes understandings of technology, national identities, leisure and work, historical memory, international communication, and multicultural representation.

Summer Session 2

50A Gender & Feminism
E. Andres


What is gender? Why does studying it matter? Explores how feminism has understood not only gender as a category of social analysis, but how gender structures personal identities, family, citizenship, work and leisure, social policy, sexuality, and language.