(de)Constructing Gender, a new media seminar for high school students

Friday, March 17, 2017 - 6:00pm to 9:00pm

How are gender roles changing in the United States today? This seminar for students meets Fridays in March to discuss the significance of gender in American society. Students will engage in discussions about contemporary gender issues as explored in three documentary films, and produce their own digital response to gender issues in America. Seminar leader is Simone Puff, professor of Women's and Gender Studies at Syracuse University, joined by Molly Jesup, curator of education for Oneida Community Mansion House.

The program requires registration. Seminar Tuition is $35 for the entire month. To enroll, please contact Molly Jessup:mjessup@oneidacommunity.org.

This seminar is supported by a Humanities New York Action Grant.