AP/HUMA 3692 6.00
Representations of Children's Alterity
Analyzes representations of children's and youths' alterity in picture books, graphic novels, novels, life writing, documentary and fiction films, photographs, art, advertising, and non-fiction for children and adults. Alterity refers to the "Other," marginalized through gender, sexuality, race, class, physical and mental (dis)abilities, religion, nation, and the difference between being human and being animal, cyborg, vampire, or alien. Notes: Priority will be given to Children's Studies and Humanities majors and minors.