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SOC-212 Lesbian,Gay,Bisex&Transgender

Examine the diversity of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) behaviors, orientations, identities, communities, and issues from a transhistorical, cross-cultural and interdisciplinary perspective with special emphasis on LGBT culture in the United States. Study the history of human sexuality and gender identity/expression; cultural and social constructions of sexuality and gender; representations of LGBT experience in textual and visual media; legal rights and restrictions; current events and socio-political issues of current interest; methods of queer theory/queer studies; and advocacy, activism and change. Prerequisite: Eligibility for ENG 101/ENG 101A. Note: Also offered as AMS 212 and GSS 212; credit is given for only one of the following: AMS 212, GSS 212 or SOC 212.

Term: Fall 2019

Course Type: Credit - 3 Credits

Section: 890

Ways to take the class: Online

Days: Varies

Time: Varies

Start Date: 10/21/2019

End Date: 12/15/2019

Location: Arnold Campus

Room: TBA

Instructor: Grace Sikorski

Class Size: 25