WSTC66H3: Histories of Gender and Sexuality in Muslim Societies: Between Law, Ethics and Culture

This course tracks the evolving histories of gender and sexuality in diverse Muslim societies. We will examine how gendered norms and sexual mores were negotiated through law, ethics, and custom. We will compare and contrast these themes in diverse societies, from the Prophet Muhammad’s community in 7th century Arabia to North American and West African Muslim communities in the 21st century.

Same as HISC66H3

[Any 4.0 credits, including 0.5 credit at the A- or B-level in HIS courses] or [1.5 credits in WST courses, including 0.5 credit at the B- or C-level]
HISC66H3, RLG312H1
History, Philosophy and Cultural Studies