Gender, Sexual Identity & Communication
In this seminar-based course students will explore how gender and sexual identities are created, shaped, produced, reproduced, maintained, changed, contested, and challenged through communication practices. Broadly interdisciplinary, this course considers the intersection of gender and sexuality with other categories of identity in mediated (e.g. film, social networks, music) and non-mediated communication contexts. Students will complete a semester-long research project exploring communication, sexual identity and gender.
Prerequisite: Communication majors with 60 credits or more; OR any COM 200 or 300 level course plus 90 credits
Not Offered This Semester