Gender Studies -CEA Courses
GEN320 Women's Roles in Present Spain
This course is an analysis of the different roles that Spanish women have played for the last 70 years in different areas of society such as politics, literature, work, cinema, education and family. The students will read articles and books that will help them understand the progress achieved by women in Spain. Round tables and interviews with relevant women will provide the students with first-hand information about the lives of women in different fields. Credits: 3
GEN330 Gay Paris: Culture, Society & Urban Sexual Identity
Through a study of how sexual identity has been constructed, formed and framed in Paris over the past 100 years, this course investigates cultural, social and literary histories of homosexual identity in the context of urban Paris. Particular emphasis is given to examining questions of difference, identity and expression. Credits: 3
GEN331 Gay Buenos Aires: Gender, Sexuality & the City
Addressing contemporary issues of gender and sexuality in Argentina and using a variety of literary, theoretical and cinemagraphic sources, this course presents an overview of sexual politics and homosexuality and examines this subject in the context of Buenos Aires from the turn of the 20th century to the present. Prerequisites: One course in gender studies, sociology, history of Latin America, an equivalent course, or with the approval of the academic advisor. Language of instruction: English. Additional fees apply. Credits: 3.