CampusBryn_Mawr
SemesterFall_2009
Registration IDENGLB367001
Course TitleAsianAmer Film,Video&NewMedia-The Politics of Pleasure
Credit1.00
DepartmentEnglish
InstructorNguyen,Hoang Tan
Time And DaysF 1:00pm-4:00pm,W 7:00pm-10:00pm
Room LocationCARP25,CARP21
Additional Course InfoClass Number: 1299
III
New Course: The course explores the role of pleasure in the
production, reception and performance of Asian American identities in
film, video and the internet. It will take as its focus the sexual
representation of Asian Americans in mainstream texts and work
produced by Asian American artists from 1915 to present, and draws on
scholarship in queer studies, feminist theory, cultural studies and
comparative ethnic studies. In several units of the course, we will
study graphic sexual representations, including pornographic images
and sex acts some may find objectionable. Students should be prepared
to engage analytically will all class material, written and
audio-visual. To maintain an atmosphere of mutual respect and
solidarity among the participants in the class, no auditors will be
allowed. Enrollment limited to 18 students with preference to Film
Studies minors, Gender and Sexuality Studies minors/concentrators,
English and History of Art majors. This course is not open to
freshmen. Cross listed with HART B367.
Miscellaneous LinksDepartmental Homepage
Link to Course Catalog Description



CampusBryn_Mawr
SemesterFall_2009
Registration IDENGLB367001
Course TitleAsianAmer Film,Video&NewMedia-The Politics of Pleasure
Credit1.00
DepartmentGender and Sexuality Studies
InstructorNguyen,Hoang Tan
Time And DaysF 1:00pm-4:00pm,W 7:00pm-10:00pm
Room LocationCARP25,CARP21
Additional Course InfoClass Number: 1299
III
New Course: The course explores the role of pleasure in the
production, reception and performance of Asian American identities in
film, video and the internet. It will take as its focus the sexual
representation of Asian Americans in mainstream texts and work
produced by Asian American artists from 1915 to present, and draws on
scholarship in queer studies, feminist theory, cultural studies and
comparative ethnic studies. In several units of the course, we will
study graphic sexual representations, including pornographic images
and sex acts some may find objectionable. Students should be prepared
to engage analytically will all class material, written and
audio-visual. To maintain an atmosphere of mutual respect and
solidarity among the participants in the class, no auditors will be
allowed. Enrollment limited to 18 students with preference to Film
Studies minors, Gender and Sexuality Studies minors/concentrators,
English and History of Art majors. This course is not open to
freshmen. Cross listed with HART B367.
Miscellaneous LinksDepartmental Homepage
Link to Course Catalog Description



CampusBryn_Mawr
SemesterFall_2009
Registration IDENGLB367001
Course TitleAsianAmer Film,Video&NewMedia-The Politics of Pleasure
Credit1.00
DepartmentFilm Studies
InstructorNguyen,Hoang Tan
Time And DaysF 1:00pm-4:00pm,W 7:00pm-10:00pm
Room LocationCARP25,CARP21
Additional Course InfoClass Number: 1299
III
New Course: The course explores the role of pleasure in the
production, reception and performance of Asian American identities in
film, video and the internet. It will take as its focus the sexual
representation of Asian Americans in mainstream texts and work
produced by Asian American artists from 1915 to present, and draws on
scholarship in queer studies, feminist theory, cultural studies and
comparative ethnic studies. In several units of the course, we will
study graphic sexual representations, including pornographic images
and sex acts some may find objectionable. Students should be prepared
to engage analytically will all class material, written and
audio-visual. To maintain an atmosphere of mutual respect and
solidarity among the participants in the class, no auditors will be
allowed. Enrollment limited to 18 students with preference to Film
Studies minors, Gender and Sexuality Studies minors/concentrators,
English and History of Art majors. This course is not open to
freshmen. Cross listed with HART B367.
Miscellaneous LinksDepartmental Homepage
Link to Course Catalog Description




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