GRSJ 224: Gender, Race, Sexuality, and Social Justice in Literature

GRSJ 224A: Gender, Race, Sexuality, and Social Justice in Literature
Term 1

This course is an introduction to exploring the ways in which gender, class, age, disability, sexual orientation, and ethnicity are represented, disseminated, and intersected in various media. Students will be immersed in a repertoire of discourse and literature, having a chance to disrupt, reflect upon, and/or unpack general perceptions and their own beliefs on these subjects. Students will have opportunities to rethink the notions of those categories, which may subsequently affect their own praxis and studies.

Section 001
Instructor: Dr. Caroline Locher-Lo

Section 002
Instructor: Dr. Caroline Locher-Lo

 

GRSJ 224B: Gender, Race, Sexuality, and Social Justice in Literature
Term 2

Section 002
Instructor: Dr. Litsa Chatzivasileiou

Section 101
Instructor: TBA