Featured Course: Unruly Bodies (GWST 345)

GWST 345 Unruly Bodies

    By Nahom Nega   GWST 345: Unruly Bodies is a 3 credit course designed towards initiating a new perspective at looking at the human body. Drawing on feminist, queer, social, and critical race theory, this course examines the status of the body in both historical and contemporary debates about identity, representation, and politics. This course is committed to challenging the common […]

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Featured Course – Magic and Witchcraft in the Ancient World (ANCS 350)

    By Nahom Nega   “Magic’s about understanding – and then manipulating – how viewers digest the sensory information.” – Teller Long before David Copperfield, Harry Potter, and Gandolf, there was Magic and Witchcraft in the Ancient World. This January, ANCS 350 offers you the chance to explore the ancient Greek and Roman roots of modern supernatural/paranormal legends (demons, […]

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