AFRI 132 PZ -Black Queer Writing Workshop

Institution: Pitzer College

Description: This course examines Black queer arts and theories which focus on race and sexuality at the intersections of Black, feminist, and queer culture and push the envelope of and shape cultural theories of representation in the latter twentieth century (approx. 1985-2005). Students read, view, and discuss aesthetic and critical practices in this body of work to hone their critical reading skills and historically situate their own positionality as writer and reflect on cultural contexts in their choices of form and content. Students must have a writing project ready to develop (research), draft (write), and workshop (editorial peer review) throughout the semester.

For up-to-date information on current course offerings and details, please refer to the Pitzer class schedule on MyCampus2 Portal

This course information is from the 2022-2023 Pitzer College Catalog. View this catalog.

Print this page.