The Met

Normative Gender

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Non-normative Gender

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Feminism

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Masculinity in objects

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Femininity in objects

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Socialization

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Sexuality

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Queer

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Raced Gender

 

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Intersectionality

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1 thought on “The Met”

  1. It is never a disappointment when going to the MET and exploring its fascinating art and information. However, I am especially grateful that we were given the opportunity to engage in an adventurous mission in interpreting terminology with art. Within museums, we often fall into the trap of blindly staring at the art, without actually thinking about it. This time, I was given the chance to actually apply a sociological lens within the art and truly understand each dimension of the work in a combined altercation. This has influenced a better understanding of the class terminology and my demeanor in museum settings!

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