LGBT 303 - Queer Identities and Global Discourses
Queer identities are – and have long been – enmeshed within large-scale circuits of exchange engendered by the movement of people, ideologies, markets, and capital. This course considers transnational conceptualizations and circulations associated with gender or sexual nonconformity. In doing so, it emphasizes ways of interrogating queer citizenship that purposefully attend to dynamics exemplifying complex interactions on global and local scales. Rather than assuming a particular narrative, the course examines the way by which queer identities are variously constructed and contested.
Major/Minor Restrictions: None
Class Restriction: No First-year, Sophomore
Area of Inquiry: None
Liberal Arts CORE: None
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