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FREN 347 - Gender and Sexuality in the Francophone World

Description
From Marie/Germain Garnier, an early modern trans figure, to the contemporary singer of Christine and the Queens (aka “Chris”), from Senghor’s “Femme noire” to Sylvie Chalaye’s “Corps marron” [brown body], conceptions of gender and sexuality are essential to the study of francophone cultures. We will explore examples of historical and contemporary manifestations of gender and sexuality in France, francophone Africa, Lebanon, and Québec. “GPS” (Genre, Politique, Sexualité), including the intersectional questions of race and class in context, will be analyzed through novels, films, graphic novels, sociological studies, poetry, and music. Conducted in French.
Credits
6
Attributes
Literary/Artistic Analysis/International Studies
Recent Professors
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Recent Semesters
Fall 2019
Offered
MWF
Avg. Class Size
20
Avg. Sections
1