Race, Gender, and Sexuality

GSF364S

 

 

This course centers transatlantic slavery to introduce students to the rhetorical problems, constraints, and possibilities of thinking the intersections of race, gender, and sexuality. By engaging slavery through the lenses of black feminist and queer theory, students will consider across a range of texts (literary, cinematic, artistic, dramatic, and theoretical) how blackness as a category of (non)being structures understandings of racialized gender and sexuality as possessive identities. One course.  

 

Race, Gender, and Sexuality

Crosslisting Numbers: 

SXL264S
AAAS242S

Curriculum Codes: 

CCI, SS