CSCL 3352W: Queer Aesthetics & Queer Critique

3 CreditsLiteratureRace, Power, and Justice in the United StatesWriting Intensive

Is there such a thing as global queer aesthetic? If so, how do various modes of representation and expression (novels, poetry, and sophisticated uses of language across film, television and video, digital media, pop music and punk) elaborate and enact queerness in particular material ways while also helping to create a larger, intermedial queer culture?

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