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UNAS 3341 Cross Currents Seminar:Thinking About Gender (Fall: 1 )


Course Description

This seminar course will ask students to discuss the social construction of gender and how it relates to their lives. Discussions will examine how gender is developed in contemporary social, cultural, and political structures. Students will recognize ways in which gender and other dimensions of identity intersect and how gender role conflict emerges within people’s lives. Through readings, conversations, and reflective writing, students will link their academic experience to their personal lives by reflecting on gender roles, sexuality, faith, and the life of a college student. The seminar will culminate with the writing of a gendered history.


Instructor(s): Kathryn Dalton and Michael Sacco

Prerequisites: None

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Last Updated: 10-Nov-14