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Winter Academic Term 2002 Course Guide

 


Women Who Ruled: Gender, Power, and Representation
Winter Academic Term 2002



Theme Semester Website


Sponsored by the Program in Women's Studies in collaboration with the University of Michigan Museum of Art.

This campus-wide effort will focus on gender, sexuality, race, political power, the media, or representations of these categories.

Public Presentations: Symposia. As part of the Theme Semester a number of public symposia will be held, involving UM faculty and visiting scholars. These will serve as resources for various courses connected with the Theme Semester.

Exhibitions and Displays. There will be exhibitions and displays around campus during the Theme Semester.

Artistic and Theatrical Performances on Campus. During the Theme Semester, various cultural activities, performances, and artistic exhibits will occur. There will also be a series of films.


Theme Semester Courses for Winter Academic Term 2002 Gender, Power, and Representation

For more information, contact the Women's Studies Program


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