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Publics & Subcultures: Writing Gender and Sexuality in the Crescent City

G ST 395/WRIT 398

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Itinerary subject to change. Students should wait to make travel arrangements after confirming dates and times with instructor.

Students will:

Location:

New Orleans, Louisiana
Students will need to be on location in New Orleans on January 4, 2018, for class running January 5, 2018 through January 9, 2018. Students will then be free for two days of composition project development followed by virtual presentations on January 12, 2018

Prerequisites:

  • Writ/Liba/Hon/Engl 102 for Writ 398
  • None for G St 395

Who should go?

This cross-listed course may interest students in the Humanities and Social Sciences (particularly programs/departments including History, Sociology, Gender Studies, English, African American Studies, Journalism, Writing, and Education) as well as students enrolled in General Studies.

Students in the following organizations may also be interested in this cross-listed course: UM Pride Network, UM NAACP, RASA, Students Against Social Injustice, FEMISS, students affiliated with the Center for Inclusion & Cross Cultural Engagement and the William Winter Institute.

Dates:

Students will need to arrive in New Orleans on January 4, 2018. The class will meet in New Orleans from January 5, 2018 through January 9, 2018. Students will then be free to complete their projects before a virtual presentation on January 12, 2018.

Travel:

Students are responsible for making their own travel arrangements to and from New Orleans, LA. Ground Transportation and shared accommodations in New Orleans will be provided.

Costs:

Course fee is $800. Included in the fee are housing, group ground transportation, select group meals, and museum fees. Excluded from the cost are the Study USA application fee, tuition, travel expenses to/from New Orleans, most meals, and personal spending money.

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