Intro to Gender & Media
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The media has been the primary storyteller of American life since the television found it's way into every home. Today, the media spans so wide that many of us don't leave home without it in some way shape or form. The same is true of gender and how we are categorized into a single gender identity  - it is a primary storyteller of our life and we don't leave home without it. Together, these two things can share deep insights about our desires, our culture, and ourselves. This course introduces the framework of how traditional gender roles are defined in America through the various media we consume. 

Included in this class are readings, suggested media screenings as well as a video lectures by your favorite feminist educator (it’s me!) and questions for critical thinking. You’ll access the readings, lectures and viewing guides via a Dropbox link. Media screenings are accessed independently by participants. 

"OFFICE HOURS" are held monthly via private Zoom sessions and are free for registered students. If you are interested in attending the OFFICE HOURS session you may purchase access for $10 which includes a short lecture, dialogue and recording of the conversation.

The next OFFICE HOURS session runs Sundays @ 10 am EST September 9 - October 14


This purchase is for participants who are not registered in the online course Intro to Gender & Media but would like to attend the “Office Hours” discussion.

In order to participate, you will need to download Zoom and create a free account.

The next OFFICE HOURS session runs Sundays @ 10 am EST September 9 - October 14

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