HSEM 2064H: Sex, Gender, and the Digital Body

3 CreditsHonors

Our online lives are marked by different kinds of gender performance: social media selfies, texting, gaming, and YouTube vlogging, are among the digital genres in which we embody personas that have a gendered component. This course examines the relationship between digital technology and gender embodiment, to trace how concepts of gender evolve across platforms. Drawing examples from Egypt, Iran, the United States, India, and Europe, we see how digital platforms and networks build provide spaces for performance in different cultural contexts.

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