Course: GWS 220. Men, Masculinity and Patriarchy (3)

Recommended Preparatory: GWS 100. This course provides a multidisciplinary investigation of ways in which masculinity is constructed in the context of fatherhood, media, sports, fraternities, law, militarization, racialization, state violence and men’s movements. The course evaluates and critically analyzes how male identities are created, negotiated and explicated in theories of gender, sexuality, ethnicity, race and class. Of particular interest is the way social institutions sustain and elaborate how masculinity is organized and what it has come to mean. (Available for General Education, D1 Social Sciences.)

Fall-2024 - Schedule of Classes

GWS 220

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