Westminster College in Salt Lake City, Utah, offers a class in the spring semester titled “Dead White Women,” in which students “through an interdisciplinary approach explore our (unhealthy) obsession with the death of white women.” Watch a show or movie that shows an idea. This includes theorists of film studies, cultural anthropology, feminist studies, and critical race studies. ”
“For shows with obscene titles like Stalked, Last Seen Alive, Surviving Evil, Southern Fried Homicide, House of Horrors: Kidnapped, Beauty Queen Murders, Dates from Hell, and Swamp Murders, the Investigative Discovery (ID) channel is the best choice. We marvel at the frequency of violent deaths suffered by white women at the hands of deranged killers,” reads the course catalog.
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Students were asked, “What is it about seeing a dead white woman that is so appealing? As a culture, do we find joy in the horrific deaths of white people?” A woman at the hands of an abusive lover or her husband? and “What’s so exciting about these TV series?”
The course is offered in both the Film and Gender Studies Departments and is taught by Stephanie Stroud Associate Professor of Drama and Irene Chanza-Torres, who is reported to be the Program Chair of the University’s English and Gender Studies Department. increase.
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The class’ description states that “it would be a mistake to assume that the ID Channel was only meant to tell the stories of white women”, but most of the programming surrounds the deaths of white women.
“In between beauty queens, Southern Belle, and true crime stories about the murder of a young white woman who was last witnessed on the way home from school, the ID channel includes a string of white women as killers. should also be taken into account,” the explanation adds. “But what the show doesn’t include is the death of a man, unless it’s at the hands of a hysterical or evil white woman.”
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Westminster College came under fire this year for a spring class titled ‘Porn’. This class was also taught by Chanza Torres. The class “sees pornographic films together and discusses the sexualization of race, class, and gender, an experimental and radical art form.”
The course catalog described porn as “as American as apple pie and more popular than Sunday Night Football”.
“Our approach to this multi-billion dollar industry, as a cultural phenomenon that reflects and reinforces sexual inequality (but has the potential to challenge sexual and gender norms), is seriously both as an art form that requires deep contemplation,” read the catalogue.
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