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BISGWS 301 Critical Gender and Sexuality Studies (5) SSc KRIS KELLEJIAN, Neil Simpkins, Alka Kurian
Explores how sex, gender and sexuality studies has emerged. Examines intersections of gender and sexuality with race, ethnicity, dis/ability, class and nation in order to understand the key terms guiding inquiry in gender and sexuality studies.
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BISGWS 302 Histories and Movements of Gender and Sexuality (5) SSc, DIV Julie Shayne
Studies a variety of women's, feminist, and gender and sexuality justice movements around the world. Topics may include: women in armed revolutionary movements; queer activism; embodied protests; civil rights and anti-racism movements; labor activism; and feminist movements.
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BISGWS 303 Approaches to Feminist Inquiry (5) SSc, DIV Raissa DeSmet, Kari A Lerum
Explores approaches to knowledge (epistemologies) and investigative practices (methodologies). Analyzes how feminist theories are translated into cultural practices. Addresses the intersections and tensions within and between feminist theories, including how and where feminist scholars understand and problematize power relations.
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