LiteratureLIT 167J Exhibiting Monsters

Monsters have long been an integral part of popular culture, reflecting anxieties, desires, and imaginative possibilities across time and space. This course focuses on how students and scholars of monster studies can frame our scholarly explorations of monsters' historical and cultural popularity for a specifically popular audience: how do we transform our monster studies research into public exhibitions about monsters? This in-person, research-based course is simultaneously an introduction to monster studies and an introduction to public humanities work. Specific objects of study for this course rotate.



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Renee Fox