It's yet another course offered to students majoring in basket weaving.
According to Campus Reform, “students at the University of Maryland will have the chance to “engage fatness” next term.”
The length of the course, however, is slim and won't eat up much time as it will only last from from January 4-22.
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The course's syllabus states that Fat Studies won't engage “fatness” as a social or medical problem. Rather, as “an aspect of human diversity, experience, and identity”.
Reading material for the course includes “My wedding was perfect – and I was fat as hell the whole time” and “The Fat Liberation Manifesto.” The latter labels diet books, diet foods, and diet doctors as “special enemies”.
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The instructor for the course is fourth-year Ph.D. student Cassy Griff. According to the school's website, “her work focuses on discourses of excess as they apply to fat and Latina/o bodies. Her work engages popular culture, political rhetoric, and the intersections of Fat and Latina/o Studies.”
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And she says she's “an avid collector of Garfield memorabilia.”
Students will receive three credits for taking the course.
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