2019-2020 Academic Bulletin 
    
    Aug 05, 2020  
2019-2020 Academic Bulletin [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

WGSS 310 - Gendered Violence


Credits: 4
An exploration of how identity, socio-historical shifts, cultural production, and geo-political systems provide frameworks for understanding gendered violence. Violence is accomplished through a wide range of socially institutionalized and individually perpetuated events and circumstances and takes place across (and within) racial, ethnic, sexual, and national communities. We examine theoretical frameworks that discuss these differences in U.S. and transnational contexts, how violence is represented in popular culture, and the role the state plays in maintaining and intervening in violence. We conclude with examples of how scholars, artists, and activists take action to create social change.

Prerequisite: WGSS 100 .

Distribution Requirements: PD, SB.