Course Name: ST: Feminism & Visual Culture-ARTH 5902 Section 2
Instructor: Hilary Chute
Day and Time: M 1:35pm-5:05pm
This interdisciplinary course explores a range of creative forms, including but not limited to: comics and graphic novels, film, painting, performance art, theater, photography, propaganda, television, digital projects, videos.
Establishes a critical trajectory by reading historically important works of theory and criticism alongside additional feminist and visual theory.
Focuses on frameworks for understanding varieties of feminist cultural production that exist in the realm of visual culture-and that themselves shape what “visual culture” means.
Offers a grounding in key concepts driving feminist cultural production, and in debates about visual culture, including around issues such as embodiment, subjectivity, spectatorship, and desire. What does the visual accomplish for differently conceived feminisms?