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2015-2016 Catalog

WGS 340 Sexuality Studies

This course examines the various cultural and social regimes that create and organize ideas about sexuality, addresses the "invention" of homo/heterosexuality, and examines the social, legal, representational, and political systems that define sexual (ab)normality. Topics include contemporary issues of sexual orientation, sexuality in relation to gender, race and class, pornography, intersex issues, drag, and Queer culture. [GM1]

Prerequisite

WGS 101

Instructor

Armstrong