2017-18 Catalog

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ENG 482 Cr.3

This course offers advanced study of particular aspects of women’s aesthetic expression – the novel, poetry, drama, film, autobiography, and other genres are possible primary texts. Students will engage with advanced theoretical approaches through critical/contextual readings, while studying the gendered politics of producing and consuming women’s artistic work. Approaches might include cultural studies, psychoanalytic theory, socio-linguistics, global matriarchal traditions, new historicism, and feminist theory.  Focus will vary with instructor. Prerequisite: three credits of a 200 level ENG course. Offered Occasionally.

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