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New Undergraduate Course Supplement 2022

AAAS 81.08 A Legacy of Tenderness:" Black Women's Creative Archive

This class studies the aesthetic/creative workings of 20th and 21st centuries Black women, who identify as/with feminism and womanism. We will prioritize the beauty of the often-understudied intersections of disability/crip, and trans and nonbinary, and intersex lived experiences and political praxis. Through visual art, poetry and prose, film, and music we will converse over Black ways of knowing and being beyond the normative. By the end of the quarter, we will be better able to articulate the general terrain of Black feminist and womanist creative works, with the hope of expanding (and deconstructing) the archive of Black Women's Studies. 

Distributive and/or World Culture

Dist:ART; WCult:W

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