GWS 370 A - Queer Theory
Traces the development of queer theory as a mode for understanding queer studies methodologies and the changing intellectual landscape of key issues in the field. As part of the course, students will review key concepts and theoretical schools of thought, navigating important debates guiding the field. Theories will engage questions of the social and cultural through topics including race, gender, nation, family, history, identity formation, sexology, the state, and capital. Course Information: Same as SOC 320. Prerequisite: GWS 100, GWS 201, GWS 202, or consent of instructor.
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Course Level: Undergraduate