Visible Bodies

Gender, Sexuality and Feminist Studies 202

Usual Description

This course considers how visual culture produces and contests concepts of sexuality in American society. We will analyze how mainstream culture universalizes certain experiences of gender and sexuality, as they are inflected by race, ethnicity, class and nationalism, as well as how marginalized groups have used visual representation to contest and subvert these hegemonic ideals. Through case studies, we will explore concepts such as the gaze, spectacle, and agency.

Course Listings

These are all of the listings of this course recorded in the Oberlin course catalog since the fall of 2007.

Listing Semester Professor
Gender, Sexuality and Feminist Studies 202 Taught by Wendy Kozol
Gender, Sexuality and Feminist Studies 202
Gender, Sexuality and Feminist Studies 202 Taught by Wendy Kozol