2021-2022 Undergraduate Academic Catalog

CSOCL 2115 Politicizing Sex, Gender & Race: Transnational Perspectives

This course offers an introduction to major concepts, theories, and debates in feminist, critical race, and sexuality studies. It explores how our identities and experiences are locally and globally constituted at the intersection of gender, race, class, sexuality, nationality, ethnicity, religion, and so on. It will address key theories and concepts of historical, social, and scientific construction of gender, race, and sexuality, intersectionality, hetero- and homonormativity, settler colonialism, neocolonialism, imperialism, neoliberalism, orientalism, and globalization.