LiteratureLIT151K Gender, Race, and Disability in American Drama

An investigation of how American playwrights represent and criticize the concepts of gender, race and disability. Analysis of the genre of drama as a contact zone of gender, race, and disability by studying how American playwrights have critically responded to historical and social alienation, sexism, racism, and ableism in their works about "disabled" bodies. Students cannot receive credit for this course and CRES 114. Critical approach designations: Media, Power and Subjectivities.

Credits

5

General Education Code

IM

Quarter offered

Spring

Instructor

K. Yoo