Queer Cultures after Stonewall: Sexual Dissidence, Performance, and Community in 1970s

Description: Lecture, four hours. Exploration of intense burst of culture-making among lesbians and gay men in U.S. and Canada in decade following Stonewall Rebellion in literature and performing arts through formal and thematic analysis, exploration of social contexts of creation and reception, and wide-ranging interpretive study. No extensive training in literary, musical, visual, or media analysis is required; conceptual and analytical frameworks to be used are provided. P/NP or letter grading.

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