Representation and the Body

G310 — Fall 2019

Jennifer E. Maher
Days and Times
TR 4:00PM-5:15PM
Course Description

Analysis of scholarship concerned with how the body is perceived, represented, and symbolically charged. This course examines concepts that include sexed bodies, desiring bodies, corporeality, body politics, and sociological bodily rituals. Thematically, the course investigates exterior/interior, solid/fluid, and sex/gender distinctions critical to discussions of the body.

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