Critical Sexuality Studies
This course introduces students to the field of critical sexuality studies. Interdisciplinary approaches are used to explore the production of sexual norms in addition to the experiences and activism of LGBTQIA2-S people. Students will consider how sexuality is related to other categories of identity, such as gender, race, class, ethnicity, Indigeneity, religion, nation, citizenship and ability, drawing upon examples from Canada and transnationally. Prerequisite: 18 university credits. (lec 1, sem 2) 3 credits Students cannot retain credit for both WGSX 2066 and WOMN 2066.