[CRIS 303] Masculinities
This advanced-level course considers how power and privilege are embodied, negotiated, and challenged by masculine subjects who may or may not be “men”. A key focus will be on how intersectional approaches to analyzing modern identities—gender, race, class, nation, region, sexuality—move us beyond the inherited borders and accepted divisions of male and female.
Prerequisite: Critical Identity Studies 165.
Offered every other year.