SDS346H1: Feminist and Queer Approaches to Technology

Hours

24L

Previous Course Number

UNI346H1

What do electronic technologies mean for feminist and queer identity, activism, sociability, art, and politics? This course considers a range of critical pressure points central to digital studies, including social networking, participatory media, digital archives, databases, new media activism, performance, embodiment, and representations of race, gender, and sexuality in electronic contexts.

Prerequisite
0.5 credit in SDS
Exclusion
Distribution Requirements
Humanities
Breadth Requirements
Creative and Cultural Representations (1)