Beyoncé to be Studied as an Icon & Sex Symbol at Rutgers University
A few years ago, no one would have guessed musicians will be case studies in the university. But thanks to the likes of Beyoncé, the world is gradually accepting such.
The Telegraph UK is reporting that this week students at one one of America’s oldest and prestigious universities will take a course studying Queen Bey.
Called “Feminist Perspectives: Politicising Beyoncé“, Rutgers University in New Jersey is offering the program as part of its women and gender studies course.
It will be centered on the growth of the “Drunk in Love” star’s media empire, with an emphasis as a “black icon” and sexy symbol while managing a successful marriage to Jay Z and motherhood.