Description: Interdisciplinary survey of major figures, concepts, and schools of thought informing dialogues and dissonances between feminist, queer, and trans theory. Explores queerness as a category of radical difference that gives LGBTQIA+ cultures their social distinctiveness and political urgency. Deconstructs sex/gender/sexuality at intersections of difference. Considers transnational and queer-people-of-color critiques; defamiliarizes understandings of the body; and offers queer cultural criticism.
Credit Hours: 3
This course has no upcoming offerings. Please contact the department if you have questions about when this will be offered.