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Upcoming Offerings | Spring 2023

WGSST 7701 Flyer

WGSST 7701 - Feminist Inquiry II
Dr. Jenny Suchland
In person, Mondays, 11:15am - 2:00pm
Class number 28055


WGSST 7702 Flyer

WGSST 7702 - Feminist Pedagogy
Dr. Jessica Delgado
In person, Tuesdays, 2:15-5:00 pm
Class number 35182


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WGSST 8800.02 - Feminist Perspectives on Latinx Art & Pop Culture
Dr. Guisela Latorre
In person, Thursdays, 2:00-5:00 pm
Class number 29932

Familiarize yourself with foundational theories on nation, gender, postcolonialism, visual culture, and more through an examination of the perilous history of gender, nation and popular culture in Latin American art, film, and mass media.


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WGSST 8800.03 - Racial Capitalism
Dr. Jian Chen
In person, Fridays, 11:15am - 2:00pm
Class number 35184

This seminar explores racial theories and sensuous understandings of capitalism which unsettle the objective modernism of Western European and Euro-American capitalism—and also dominant forms of Marxist critique. Engaging with the work of Cedric Robinson, Ruthie Gilmore, Joanne Barker, Lisa Marie Cacho, Jodi Melamed, and Iyko Day, along with aspects of visual culture, literature, and social action, the course seeks to build feminist, queer, and trans* methodologies and practices attuned to the worldly, fleshy, aesthetic, technological, and/or scientific dimensions of capital. Seminar requirements include an in-class presentation, mid-semester bibliography, and final exploratory research paper or creative piece.

 


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Offerings | Autumn Semester 2022

WGSST 7700 - Feminist Inquiry I
Dr. Shannon Winnubst
In person, Thursdays, 11:15am - 2:00pm
Class number 21818


WGSST 7760 - Feminist Methods
Dr. Lyn Tjon Soei Len
In person, Tuesdays, 2:15-5:00 pm
Class number 35431


WGSST 8800.01 AU22 Course Flyer

WGSST 8800.01 - Feminist Television Studies
Dr. Linda Mizejewski
In person, Wednesdays, 11:15am - 2:00pm
Class number 26247

Amy Villarejo has famously asked media scholars to consider “what it is possible to think on television, not just about television, for we are ‘live’ as television is, we live life as and through television.”  This seminar takes up these questions in relation to race, queerness, and disabilities, with readings by Villarejo, Kristen J. Warner, Beretta E. Smith-Shomade, Rebecca Wanzo, Banjamin M. Han, and others.  Our topics will include digital technologies, identity and desire, viewing practices, queer temporalities, consumption, “colorblind” casting, postfeminism, postracism, and fandom.


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Offerings | Spring Semester 2022

WGSST 7701 - Feminist Inquiry II
Dr. Jenny Suchland
In person, Wednesdays, 11:15am - 2:00pm
Class number 22368


WGSST 7790 - Research & Writing Workshop
Dr. Jenny Suchland
In person, Thursdays, 11:15am - 2:00pm
Class number 22369


WGSST 8800.03 SP22 Flyer

WGSST 8800.02 - Feminist Perspectives on Latinx Art & Popular Culture
Dr. Guisela Latorre
In person, Tuesdays, 11:15am - 2:00pm
Class number 34478
Familiarize yourself with foundational theories on nation, gender, postcolonialism, visual culture, and more through an examination of the perilous history of gender, nation and popular culture in Latinx art, film, and mass media.


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Offerings | Autumn Semester 2021

For the most accurate listings, including modes of instruction please visit BuckeyeLink or Classes.osu.edu.

WGSST 7700 - Feminist Inquiry I
Dr. Shannon Winnubst
Thursdays, 11:15am - 2:00pm
Class number 18093


WGSST 7702- Feminist Pedagogy
Dr. Guisela Latorre
Wednesdays, 2:15-5:00pm
Class number 18094


WGSST 8800.01 - Critical Hip Hop Studies
Dr. Treva Lindsey
Tuesdays, 2:15-5:00pm
Class number 22987
This graduate seminar will explore the gender, racial, class, and sexual politics of hip hop. This course will offer an in-depth exploration of the historical, political, social, economic, and cultural contexts and implications of the representational politics espoused within and configured through hip hop culture.