The History of Sexuality: An Introduction Fun Activities

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Visual Power

Make an abstract piece of art that represents Foucault's definition of power within a sociological construct.

Death and Sin to Life and Illness

Choose an artistic medium of your choice; painting, music, poetry, or other. Take the notion from Foucault's history of sexuality that sexuality has changed from a matter of death and sin to a matter of life and illness, and create a piece of art that represents that transformation.

What would Freud have said?

Imagine if Sigmund Freud had read Foucault's "The History of Sexuality." What do you think he would have thought? Would he have agreed the he was an agent to the continued focus and proliferation of discourse; i.e., our modern form of sexuality? Would he have denied it? How?

The Family Tree of Sexual Discourse

According to Foucault, sexual discourse originated in confession, but then spread rapidly throughout society. Illustrate...

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