Themes in Gender Studies: Indigenous Feminisms: Decolonizing Perspectives

G205 — Spring 2020

Instructor
Ryan D'Auria-Rousseau
Location
GA 0011
Days and Times
TR 2:30PM-3:45PM
Course Description

This seminar will introduce students to the most critical themes, concepts, and contemporary issues surrounding Indigenous women and queer Native/Two-Spirit communities (trans)nationally. Together, we will engage with works which lie at the intersections of gender, sexuality, race, and indigeneity, and their relationships to the body, the law, and the environment, among others. Through assigned readings and projects, we will consider possibilities for queer/feminist visions of decolonizing scholarship and activism.

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