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Gender and Women Studies Pop Culture

Explores how popular culture shapes and mirrors our understandings of gender and sexuality and their intersections with race and class.

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Explores how popular culture shapes and mirrors our understandings of gender and sexuality and their intersections with race and class. Critically examines representations of gender and race in popular culture forms such as film, television, music, books, and the internet.  Your librarian is Kellian Clink. Contact her at 507 389 5152, kellian.cllnk@mnsu.edu, or Memorial Library 3071.

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