WSTC25H3: Transnational Sexuality

This course examines how sexuality and gender are shaped and redefined by cultural, economic, and political globalization. We will examine concepts of identity, sexual practices and queerness, as well as sexuality/gender inequality in relation to formulations of the local-global, nations, the transnational, family, homeland, diaspora, community, borders, margins, and urban-rural.

[1.0 credit at the A-level] and [1.0 credit at the B-level in WST courses, or other Humanities and Social Sciences courses]
History, Philosophy and Cultural Studies
Priority will be given to students enrolled in the Major and Minor programs in Women’s and Gender Studies. Additional students will be admitted as space permits.