These are PhD level research notes on gender and visual relations, exploring these areas in terms of both their theoretical dimensions and their bearing on artistic and literary texts. The notes provide summaries of key theories and books / articles and are therefore helpful in condensing this material and highlighting key points. The various plans included also help illuminate a range of primary texts and key topics within the field of gender and visuality. As they have been produced by a PhD level writer, they are of a high standard. They will be useful to postgraduate students and to undergraduates who are interested in this field of study or in any of the particular texts/theorists under discussion.
|Grade||Pass (PhD is graded on a pass/fail basis)|
|Institution||University Of Birmingham (unaffiliated)|
|Level||Masters / PHD|
|File format||Mixture of DOCX and DOC|
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