GENDER AND SXL IN MIDDLE EAST

GSF 503S

This interdisciplinary graduate seminar brings the field of Middle East gender and sexuality studies into productive collision with Western new materialist approaches to consider how they might inform each other; explores theories and practices related to archives and archival methodologies; and engages some of the latest scholarship on states, family, sex and sexuality. Students may use the final course assignment to develop a broadly relevant research proposal or paper using original sources, or to prepare for publication an essay or article that puts their intellectual interests in dialogue with the focus of the seminar. Consent of instructor is required. Instructor: Hasso


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Day / Time
Th 03:20PM-05:35PM
Location
White 201
Instructor
Hasso, Frances
Section
01