Identity and the Good Life
drawing on the theoretical content seen in the lectures and engaging critically and reflexively with oneself, produce a 2,500-word essay that evidences a clear comprehension of the concepts seen in the module. The essay can be written in a non-traditional way and include literary writing styles such as poetry, spoken word, etc. The written work should at least explore two topics seen in class. For example precarity and cruel optimism, or postfeminism and nationalism.