GWS 201 GM - Race, Gender & Power
Presents multiple windows into perceptions and perspectives upon gender, sexuality, power, identity and culture, and their multiple intersections. The concept of race in its many manifestations is used to examine relationships of self to society, state institutions and cultures. By paying greater attention to race and power, nuanced understandings of the way the gender systems are maintained, patrolled and formed will be examined. Topics may include: film, media, technology, culture, religion, identities, sexualities. Course Information: Same as SOC 201.
This course satisfies the General Education Criteria for a Western Compartv Cult course. Meets w/SOC201 (CRN 60455)
Option 1Number of Required Visit(s): 0
Course Level: Undergraduate