Gender, Geography, Sex, and Space

G340 — Spring 2020

Freda Fair
LH 316
Days and Times
MW 9:00AM-11:30PM
Course Description

Examines the crucially important role that space and place play in the construction and maintenance of gender norms and sexual practices. Subjects may include the gendered history of the domestic domain, feminist critiques of architecture and urban planning, the modernist art of flaneurie, or the gendered and racial politics of imprisonment in the United States.

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