RACE, SEXUALITY, AND CULTURE

G250 — Fall 2021

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Location
Teter Quad F104
Days and Times
TR 1:10 PM - 2:25 PM
Course Description

Examines the construction of sexuality and sexuality studies while analyzing the intersection of race and ethnicity in the production of knowledge and particular social categories that shape racial communities and sexual cultures. May employ a range of different approaches, depending on the instructor.

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