Pre-requisites: HSS130 and HSS131 or HSS140 and HSS141 and HSS230 and HSS231

Aims/Description: Students will examine a range of relevant primary and secondary sources and explore issues pertaining to gender and the ways in which alternative approaches to sexuality are expressed in literature. In so doing they will gain an understanding of the forms used by authors, the linguistic issues involved in dealing with taboo subjects and assess the effects of social and cultural change.

Staff Contact: REA LAUREN
Teaching Methods: Lectures, Seminars, Independent Study
Assessment: Course work

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