Introduction to anthropological and sociological, scholarship that uses affect as a theoretical, device to explore social meaning in emotions, the, body, and spoken language. The course is oriented, through feminist intellectual traditions that, problematize perceptions of objective knowledge, production. Literature will include theoretical, articles, programmatic essays, and ethnographic, monographs. Case studies will emphasize affect in, the production of racial, gendered, classed, and, laboring identities within a framework of, neoliberal social, economic, and political, restructuring.