|Winter Term 2020 Theorizing the Female Body in East Asian Art - 1786 - GEST 345
Prerequisites/Notes: Sophomore standing
Catalog Description : This course explores how the female body and the gendering of space has been addressed in murals, paintings, performance, film, and popular culture during the course of East Asian art history. We will discuss how social and political issues were defined through images of bodies in Japan, Korea, and China in the context of national identity formation, historical reconstruction, subjectivity, and sexuality. Students will also work to develop and refine the quality of their communication skills by presenting and debating their ideas throughout the course.
Attributes: Diversity-Global GER (01cr), Speaking Intensive GER (01cr), Foundation/Gateway Course