2013-2014 Catalog


WGS 220 Gender in Appalachia (APS)

Offered: Typically as student interest and faculty availability allow

An interdisciplinary exploration of gender and its impact on the Appalachian region. Proceeding from the assumption that cultural constructions of sex, sexuality, and gender are basic to our understandings of the world, we will investigate such topics as family and community; intimacy, violence, and power; health and reproduction; home and work; religion and spirituality; masculinity and femininity; activism and resistance in Appalachia. The diversity of Appalachian experiences will be explored through fiction and non-fiction readings, films, and discussion. African Americans', Appalachians', and Women's Perspective. 1 Course Credit

Credits

1 Course Credit

Cross Listed Courses

APS 220