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2016-2018 Catalog 
    
2016-2018 Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

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VSAR 326 - Feminist Art and Motherhood

Units: 3
Critically examines what has been the taboo relationship of motherhood to feminist art and theory as they have developed during the late 20th Century. This interdisciplinary course focuses on the various ways feminist artists, writers, philosophers and other cultural theorists are addressing the dilemmas of representing feminist motherhood and how these approaches are interpreted in contemporary visual culture. Previous historical limitations and mutual exclusivities for women as mothers will be analyzed in relation to new revisionings of motherhood by women and men who have different ethnicities, classes and other varied life experiences. Also offered as WMST 326 . Students may not receive credit for both.

Satisfies GE area: CC



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