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Fall 2018 Semester
Mar 24, 2019
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WMNS 6100 - Theorizing Gender and Sexuality
Seeks to challenge and expand our understanding of the relationship between biological sex; gendered identities; and sexual “preferences,” practices, and life ways. This interdisciplinary course offers debates around sex, gender, sexuality, and the body that push beyond binary models reliant on a simple “nature/culture” distinction. Focuses on dynamic and variable aspects of sexuality, sex, and gender within and across cultures, representational forms, and historical periods, analyzing the circumstances in which they undergo significant challenge or transformation. Uses particular paradigmatic “case studies” to push hard at the boundaries of sex and gender and to dialogue around contesting conceptualizations of “the body,” “sex,” and “gender,” particularly as they circulate in specific discourses of feminism, queer theory, and poststructuralism; ethnic studies; critical race theory; and cultural studies.
4.000 Credit hours
4.000 Lecture hours

Levels: Graduate
Schedule Types: Seminar

Interdisc Studies - Soc Sc/Hum Department

Course Attributes:
GS Col Socl Sci & Humanities

Restrictions:
Must be enrolled in one of the following Levels:     
      Graduate

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