The following course must be completed previously: SSDB 220 or SSDB 275. Students must complete 30 university credits prior to enrolling. If prerequisites are not satisfied, permission of the Institute is required.
Description: This course examines advanced theoretical concepts and texts in contemporary queer theory, trans theory, and sexuality studies. The course focuses on texts published after 1980 and examines contemporary theories relating to sexuality and gender, which may include asexuality, crip theory, heteronormativity, homonationalism, neoliberalism, normalization, queer of colour critique, trans necropolitics, and other emergent theories in the field.
- Students who have received credit for FASS 392 may not take this course for credit.