WGS200Y5 • Theories in Women, Gender, and Sexuality Studies

Description

This course provides an opportunity to engage in an in-depth examination of specialized and scholarly work within women, gender, and sexuality studies with a focus on the diverse and multidisciplinary expressions of feminist thought from the perspective of postcolonial, transnational, intersectional, diasporic, Black feminist, indigenous, and queer theories. This course situates the importance of praxis, the relationship between theory and social practice, to women, gender, and sexuality studies. Students will engage throughout with the relationship between theories of gender and sexuality as they relate to, and are inseparable from, an understanding of race and racial formations. It incorporates study of the themes and debates concerning the socially constructed categories of gender and sexuality in historical and contemporary contexts.

Prerequisites
Exclusions
Distribution Requirement
Humanities
Total Instructional Hours
48L/24T
Mode of Delivery
In Class
Program Area
Women, Gender and Sexuality Studies