Course No: SOCI.2250-081; SIS Class Nbr: 9036; SIS Term: 3310
Course Status: Registration Closed
This course is organized around several key questions that are used to study the concepts of disability and ability from a variety of sociological and interdisciplinary perspectives. Specifically, the course explores representations of disability in popular culture and medical discourses to discuss disability and ability as social constructs. By looking at various literary and cultural representations, this course investigates constructions of the disabled and abled body, how this becomes politicized, and the implications of these constructions.
Related Programs: B.L.A. in Liberal Arts
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