ENGL 023. Renaissance Sexualities

The study of sexuality allows us to pose some of the richest historical questions we can ask about subjectivity, the natural, the public, and the private. This course will explore such questions in relation to Renaissance sexuality, examining several sexual categories-the homoerotic, chastity and friendship, marriage, adultery, and incest-in a range of literary and secondary texts.
1 credit.
Eligible for GSST
Fall 2018. Johnson.
Catalog chapter: English Literature  
Department website: http://www.swarthmore.edu/english-literature

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