ENG 39995 Special Topics in Cultural Studies / WMST 40195 Special Topics in Women's Studies III: Adoption and Adaptation: Florence Feminism and English Literature in Film | Kent State University

ENG 39995 Special Topics in Cultural Studies / WMST 40195 Special Topics in Women's Studies III: Adoption and Adaptation: Florence Feminism and English Literature in Film

Course Name: ENG 39995 Special Topics in Cultural Studies / WMST 40195 Special Topics in Women's Studies III:  Adoption and Adaptation:  Florence Feminism and English Literature in Film

Description: Florence has long been a haven for British and American feminist discourse and debate over questions ranging from gender roles to sexuality, from anti-feminism and anti-anti-feminism to male-centricity and womansim. This course will explore the feminist debate through stories, plays, novels, autobiographies and films—some composed by women and others composed by men, all composed in English by British, American, or Italian artists. The course will cover movements and genres from the Middle Ages, the Renaissance, and the 18th - 21st centuries.

For more information on this course, please visit Dr. Robinson's course website: http://cyberghostprofessor.org/florence/  

Credit Hours: 3

Prerequisites:  None