ENG 2190, S22: Expressions of Identity: Representations of Gender and Space In Literature (1 section)

This course focuses on space and place: personal, home/household, communal, virtual, digital, or global representations as they relate to self-perception and gender identity. Readings include works that explore the unique relationship between gender identity roles/expectations and the form and function of different types of place and space as being gender specific. Course also includes the study of environment, race, physical space, (C)lass, culture, gender roles, and sex and sexuality.

  • Professor Caroline Hellman
  • ENG 2180-D354
  • Tuesday 8:30-11 AM
  • In-Person
  • N-1008
  • ZERO Textbook Cost

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