Fall 2008 not offered
Through essays, novels, videos, and film, we will explore the intersection of culture, ideology, and psychology. We will examine how gender, ethnicity, and class are interwoven in the social fabric and individual identity. Employing feminist, psychoanalytic, and deconstructive interpretive methods, we will try to decipher the many ways we inscribe ourselves in culture.
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|Course Format: Lecture / Discussion||Grading Mode: Student Option|
||Fulfills a Major Requirement for: (PSYC)(SISP)
R. Ellison, INVISIBLE MAN
A. Lorde, SISTER OUTSIDER
L.E. Wilder, LITTLE HOUSE ON THE PRAIRIE
E. Santiago, WHEN I WAS PUERTO RICAN
M. Frye, THE POLITICS OF REALITY
M. French, THE WAR AGAINST WOMEN
Films: Tongues Untied, The Color Purple, Real Women Have Curves
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Papers. Optional project.
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Applications for the class are available outside Judd Hall Room 306. Directions for applying for the class and deadlines for applying can be found on those application forms which should be filled out during the browsing period.
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