Gay Histories, Queer Cultures

G206 — Fall 2021

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Colin R. Johnson
Ballentine Hall (BH) 343
Days and Times
MW 3:15 PM - 4:30 PM
Course Description

Examines the social, cultural, and political history of same-sex relationships and desires in the United States and abroad, emphasizing the historical emergence of certain American sexual subcultures, such as the modern lesbian and gay "movement" or "community." The course also highlights particular formations such as race, class, and regional difference that interrupt unified, universal narratives of lesbian and gay history.

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