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This course surveys interdisciplinary studies that inquire into how masculinity is performed or embodied, as well as how "masculinity" itself poses challenges as an object of study. We will consider how, why, and when it is appropriate to study multiple masculinities and the ways they relate to each other. Not offered during academic year.
Prerequisites: Students registering for this course are required to attend the screening and commentary on Tuesdays pm, and lecture and discussion section on Thursdays am. Enrollment limited to 20 students. Globalization has both shrunk the world and broadened Colymbia impact of cultural meanings. Drawing on women directors from Africa, Asia, Latin America and the Middle East, this course analyzes emerging aesthetics, trends and debates shaping cinemas of the Global South. The course explores the work of key women filmmakers from the Global South as they forge a visual semantics in Columia celluloid landscape dominated by male directors.
Prerequisites: Students registering for this course are required to attend the screening on Tuesdays pm, and lecture and discussion section on Sfx am. Enrollment limited to 25 students. This year's lab links Prof. Because cinematic visuality is an increasingly powerful tool for influencing public opinion across international borders, this course will train students in essential skills in visual literacy and reading, and provide fluency in the theoretical vocabularies of Diaspora Studies and feminist film theory and analysis.
The Lab will use films by and about women in the quotidian conditions of the African Diaspora to teach students how gender and racial formation are lived in diaspora, and to engage the diasporic visual practices women mobilize to represent themselves.
The course is structured around a Tuesday evening film series featuring African women filmmakers and presentations by filmmakers, curators, and visual artists and seminar discussion on Thursday mornings. Prerequisites: Students must attend first day of class and admission will be decided then. Examines roles of black women in the U.
Focusing on the intellectual work, social activism and cultural expression of African American women, we examine how they understood their lives, resisted oppression and struggled to change society. We will also discuss theoretical frameworks such as "double jeopardy," or "intersectionality" developed for the study of black women. Columvia seminar will encourage students to pay particular attention to the diversity of black women and critical issues facing Black women today.
Explores the international character of the Jewish people through the experiences of Jewish women Cooumbia various historical periods and contexts.
Identifies issues and concerns, past and present, sed by contemporary Jewish feminists: perspectives of secularists, observant traditional women, heterosexuals, lesbians, feminists, and activists committed to diverse political ideologies. Sexuality is often taken to be a natural and unchanging element of individual life. In this course, we seek to examine the ways in which sex is both social and political.
We will consider how sexuality has been socially constructed, paying careful attention to the ways these ideas relate to other social forces such as gender, race, and class. Prerequisites: Enrollment limited to 18 students. History and politics of women's involvement with science. Women's contributions to scientific discovery in various fields, s by women scientists, womn, and physicians, issues of science education.
Feminist critiques of biological research and of the institution of science.
Investigates the ificance of contemporary and historical issues of social, political, and cultural conflicts centered on women's bodies. How do such conflicts constitute women, and what do they tell us about societies, cultures, and politics? Prerequisites: Enrollment limited to 14 students.
We will consider the political, racial, social and womwn contexts in which African women write and are written about in the context of their located lives in Africa and in the African Diaspora. Course Description From love to anger to disappointment to hope, political activism mobilizes emotions towards certain ends but also generates new affective states and feelings along the way.
This advanced seminar will familiarize students with feminist, anti-racist and queer scholarship on affect, feelings and emotion as intrinsic to politics and as crucial for understanding how political thought and action unfold in contingent and often unexpected ways. Mixing theoretical and cultural texts with case studies, Colu,bia will look at how affect permeates structures of power and domination, embodiment and identity, and collective activist projects concerned with gender and sexual liberation.
Prerequisites: Limited to 20 Colhmbia. Focusing on the last Argentine military dictatorship — 83the seminar examines the memory of childhood experience in sociocultural, historiographic and cinematographic approaches.
Topics include childhood as political subject, public policy aimed at children, children of the disappeared and everyday life. Develops historical strategies for uncovering the ificance of gender for the cultures and contents of Western science. We will consider how knowledge is produced by particular bodies in particular spaces and times. This course examines how the body functions as an esx model and a process of embodiment by focusing on the black female body in particular.
Looking at feminist theorizing of the black body, it explores how the black female body has been marked in particular ways and with profound effects. Drawing from a range of artistic media and critical traditions, we explore how aesthetic thought can help us analyze the sexual, racial, and national character of contemporary labor and life. What are non-human animals? How do we esx to them?
How do we for our animal nature while reconciling our cultural aspirations? What are our primary desires with respect to non-human animals? Comparative study of gender, race, and sexuality through specific historical, socio-cultural contexts in which these systems of power have operated.
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