A beginning investigation into the issues of what constitutes visual culture and how race, gender, and sexuality are seen and not seen. The goals of the course include engaging with the history and scholarly dialogues around visual studies, becoming more active and critical visual consumers and critics, and understanding personal stakes and diverse positions in dialogues about visualizing gender and race. CA 1. CA 4.
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|Class Number||Campus||Instruction Mode||Instructor||Section||Session||Schedule||Location||Enrollment|
|1218 13000 1 001||13000||Storrs||Hybrid/Blended||Boylan, Alexis||001||Reg||MoWe 9:15am‑10:45am