WS211
Diverse Masculinities
0.50 Credits

This course, rooted within feminist studies, considers how marginalized masculinities, transnational identities, and women's experiences, have shaped diverse masculinities. Topics include the theorization of masculinity in relationship to sexuality, violence, homophobia, race, ethnicity, colonialism, postcolonialism, militarization, indigenous cultures, the family, the law, sports, science, men and feminism.

Additional Course Information
Prerequisites
WS100.
 
Offerings
LocationCourse #Access/Details
Online Learning WS211 Fall Term 2014
  WS211 Winter Term 2015