You may choose to take it for one of two discipline credits: ENG 39995 or WMST 41095.
DESCRIPTION: Florence has long been a haven for British and American feminist discourse and debate over questions ranging from gender roles to sexuality, from anti-feminism and anti-anti-feminism to male-centricity and womansim. is course will explore the feminist debate through stories, plays, novels, autobiographies and lms—some composed by women and others composed by men, all composed in English by British, American, or Italian artists. e course will cover movements and genres from the Middle Ages, the Renaissance, and the 18th – 21st centuries.
ENG 39995 Special Topics in Cultural Studies
(Repeatable for credit when topic varies) Study of selected topics in cultural studies organized around a particular mode or methodology of cultural analysis. Prerequisite: ENG 21011 or HONR 10297. 3.000 Credit hours
WMST 40195 Special Topics in Women’s Studies III
Repeated registration permitted when topic varies. Informed study of critical issues in women’s studies from an international or global perspective. Prerequisite: WMST 30000 or WMST 30001. 3.000 Credit hours