Gender Representation in the Face of Violence - HTGAWMby Lyndsey Armacost
We will examine how "How to Get Away with Murder" represents gender differently in the face of violence by looking at the personalities of Wes, Michaela, Connor, and Laurel before and after Sam Keating's murder. Does this show challenge the traditional gender binary in terms of how the characters react to and handle violence?
This lecture contains clips of Wes, Michaela, Connor, and Laurel's behavior before and after the murder of Sam. Along with the commentary, please help us in answering the question of whether "How to Get Away with Murder" challenges or purports the traditional gender binary in these four character's reactions to violence, specifically the murder of Sam.