Soc 596: Queer Mississippi
Sociology & Anthropology
This interdisciplinary course focuses on Queer Mississippi lives, communities, and movements from a historical and sociological perspective. It trains students how to conduct qualitative research on LGBTQ+ individuals, analyze materials from the Queer Mississippi archive, and execute public-facing scholarship.
- Prerequisite: Undergraduate majors or minors in history or sociology; or minor in gender studies; or graduate student in any degree program.
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