What is the history of paid, less paid, and unpaid work? How does it make sense to think about the social influence of films on individuals and society? The film was produced while the political climate was tense between the Middle East and the United States.
What is feminist ethnography?
What is the range of experience that characterizes American adolescence across gender, race, and class lines? What can Italian literature, cinema and arts from the recent past teach us about the global backlash of patriarchy against women in the s?
Native Americans have formed their own production companies and political organizations to influence their own representations and to counter negative stereotypes. How does the strategy of self representation effect our interpretation of the images? That's why I'm trying to make movies. We will evaluate the role and impact of policies, institutions, and non-profit organizations in creating economic independence and increased agency for adolescent girls, as well as the effectiveness of gender-specific programming aimed at this population group.
Although the Indian as the villain, antagonist, or simple-minded savage was present, a complex array of characters populated the silent screens between anda period when Indian characters where especially popular: the villain could be white as well as Indian; lasting white—Indian relationships emerged; and mixed-blood Indians could be villainous as well as sympathetic.
In this course, we will examine the ways in which popular Hollywood film helps to define cultural ideas about gender differences both in the U.