GLOBAL MEN AND MASCULINITIES

LIT 374S

Masculinities examined historically, theoretically and transnationally; attentive to sexual differences, racism, class stratifications, colonialism, and imperialism; draws from history, sociology, feminist geography, critical theory, and visual culture; interactive lectures and guest scholars. Each student guided to complete an oral history/interview research project with male-identified persons. Instructor: Hasso

Day / Time: 

TuTh 03:05 PM-04:20 PM

Location: 

West Duke 108B

Instructor: 

Hasso, Frances

Section: 

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