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Instructor Info:Talya Kingston
Office Extension x5748
TA Info:Karyn Warren-Gregory
Sophie Kriegel
Term: 2014S
Meeting Info: Monday Wednesday
10:30 AM - 11:50 AM Emily Dickinson Hall (EDH) 4
10:30 AM - 11:50 AM Emily Dickinson Hall (EDH) 4

What is feminism today, and how is it relevant for theatre and performance work? This class will serve as an introduction to the work of 20th and 21st century women playwrights, performance artists, and critical thinkers. We will confront feminism as a tool for reading and interpreting issues of gender and sexuality in plays and performances. We will also consider how, and to what extent, feminism influences practices of writing, performing, and spectatorship. Students will be expected to attend performances, read and write critically and perform their discoveries. This course is intended for upper-level Division II students; a general background in theatre/performance and/or feminism(s) will be assumed.

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links to information about our field trips:

Elevator Repair Service perform "Arguendo":

"Black Women and the Arts in the 21st Century: a conversation with Toni Morrison, Bernice Johnson Reagon and Sonia Sanchez."