In Shakespeare’s "Othello", there are many obvious issues pertaining to class, sex, and race. One of the more subtle, yet potent, issues in "Othello" is that of gender. The gender-deviating pair of Emilia and Iago defy any stereotypical gender roles, and the act of doing so is what propels the play deep into the realm of tragedy.
|Presenters:||Brenna Doran (Graduate Student)
Mary Ganster (Undergraduate Student)
Matthew Johnson (Undergraduate Student)
|Time:||2:45 pm (Session IV)|