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 Faculty: Dr. Kathryn Kein

Dr. Kathryn Kein

  “We all come from different backgrounds and bring different perspectives to the classroom—we have so much to learn from listening to how we all approach a topic differently.” – Dr. Kathryn Kein Lilly Tomlin, Phyllis Diller and Gilda Radner My research and writing focus largely on the relationship between comedy and feminism. While conventional wisdom of second wave feminism believes […]

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