WGS 292 - Introduction to LGBTQ Studies
Department: Women's, Gender & Sexuality Studies
Description: Interdisciplinary survey of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, intersex, and asexual histories, politics, and cultures. Examines struggles for LGBTQIA+ rights as they intersect with social-justice issues pertaining to race, class, citizenship, age, and ability. Topics include identities and subcultures before-and-after medical models of sexuality and gender, liberation movements, AIDS activism, nature-nurture interplay, and queer art, literature, and popular culture.
Credit Hours: 3
Graduation Requirement: IDEAS - Inclusion, Diversity, Equity, and Access in U.S. Society. This graduation requirement is for all students, starting with students following the 2023-2024 catalog.
This course has no upcoming offerings. Please contact the department if you have questions about when this will be offered.