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Summer 2019

Gender Studies (GENDER)
GENDER M107B - Studies in Gender and Sexuality: Literatures of Resistance: Queer Punk as Method

Lecture: Lec 1

Class ID: 405344130

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Open: 980 of 999 Left

No Waitlist


Royce Hall Room 160


Hansen, C.
Marchant, E.A.

Final Exam Information





None listed


Consult instructor for method of evaluation


Enrollment Information

Grade Type

Individual Studies


Letter Grade or Passed/ Not Passed

Instructor Consent



Upper Division

Multiple-Listed Class

This is a multiple-listed class

English (ENGL) M107B - Studies in Gender and Sexuality

Gender Studies (GENDER) M107B - Studies in Gender and Sexuality

Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, and Queer Studies (LGBTQS) M107B - Studies in Gender and Sexuality

Course Description

(Same as English M107B and Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, and Queer Studies M107B.) Lecture, four hours; discussion, one hour (when scheduled). Enforced requisite: English Composition 3. Examination of literary and cultural production through lens of gender and sexuality. Depending on instructor, emphasis may be historical, regional, national, comparative, or thematic and include other intersectional vectors of identity and representation such as race and ethnicity. May be repeated for credit with topic or instructor change. P/NP or letter grading.

Class Description

What does it mean when artistic work is world making? Students think through queer punk as method by looking at resistant literature: things that are not just gay but queer, critical, and artful. In true spirit of queer praxis, literature is understood not as written word alone. Music, video, art, dance, performance, ritual, and collective experiences are all works of artistic merit and meaning, and contribute to body of knowledge that shapes queer and punk epistemologies and identities. Students read and analyze work from classic and contemporary creators, writers, musicians, skateboarders, zinesters, dancers, astrologers, and more. Students think about what it means to make queer art that is oppositional, affirming, and community building; that creates, critiques, and negotiates power; and that responds to gaps. Students write paper and create original work.

General Education (GE)

This class does not satisfy any GE requirements.

Writing II

This class does not satisfy the undergraduate Writing II requirement.


This class does not satisfy any College/School diversity requirement.

Class Notes



Gender Studies

Library Reserve

Materials Use Fee