The Bachelor of Arts in Liberal Studies

BLS 348: Representing Women

Representing Women

Focuses on women as the producers, consumers, and subjects of visual culture. Course materials center on the visual arts and the Feminist art movement, yet also engage Feminist critiques of film, television, advertising, and other forms of popular culture. Analyzing the representations of women in these media, the course asks questions about the significance of visual representation to political representation and to women's rights.

Textbook Requirements

BLS Program Notes

Summer 2014 Class Dates
BLS Session 1 (POT 7)
• 12 May: Session Begins
• 13 May: Add/Drop Ends
• 30 May: W Deadline
• 20 Jun: Session Ends
BLS Session 2 (POT 8)
• 23 Jun: Session Begins
• 24 Jun: Add/Drop Ends
• 15 Jul: W Deadline
• 05 Aug: Session Ends
1st Summer Session (POT 2)
• 15 May: Session Begins
• 16 May: Add/Drop Ends
• 02 Jun: W Deadline
• 18 Jun: Session Ends
2nd Summer Session (POT 3)
• 19 Jun: Session Begins
• 20 Jun: Add/Drop Ends
• 10 Jul: W Deadline
• 25 Jul: Session Ends

Congratulations to our May 2014 Graduates!
Sarah Bailey * $
Hamilton Barber °
Letricia Best
Risha Bigelow
Terrance Caldwell
Kevin Calloway
Kristina Carpenter ***
Karelsie Davila Lopez ***
Brian Davis
Likesha Davis
Keith Dillon
Frances Edmunds
Andrea Friend
Doris Gardner
Julia Guyton °
Kelley Harrington
Jamie Harris
Holly Hassen
Leslie Jones
Kara Lukehart *
Dawanda McNeal *** $ ΦΒΚ
Jon Schwaiger ***
Felicia Shaw
Carey Terhune **
Barbara Watkins
Jimalie Watkins °

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