Sexuality in Music and Dance Cultures

MUSI
GR
9405
Course Level: 
Graduate
Prerequisites: 
Permission of instructor
Credits: 
4

The objective of this seminar is to explore sexuality in music and dance cultures through an ethnographic perspective. We will examine relevant literature in ethnomusicology, anthropology, performance studies, and in other disciplines in which ethnography is an important component of methodology. A critical concern of this seminar is to analyze the influence that the globalization of sexuality has had on academic theories and writings on the subject. To this end, we will also look at the role played by works that challenge a universalization of sexuality.

Past Offerings

Spring 2018 – Section 001

Day & Time: 
R 2:10pm-4:00pm
Location: 
701C Dodge
Instructor: 

Fall 2016 – Section 001

Day & Time: 
T 4:10pm-6:00pm
Location: 
701C Dodge Hall
Instructor: