G St 402: Advanced Queer Studies
SARAH ISOM CENTER FOR WOMEN'S STUDIES
This course investigates ongoing theoretical and cultural issues in queer studies. Focuses of the course may include theories of embodiment, the relationship of gender to sexuality, the politics of transgender identity, and issues of normativity as they relate to gay and lesbian assimilation. Students will apply these theories to cultural phenomena in the culture at large.
- Pre-Requisite: 24 Earned Hours
- G St 201 or G St 202
- Lecture: Lecture for G St 402
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