Aug 14, 2022  
2018-2019 University Catalog 
    
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CORE 462 - Sexual Identities


Prerequisites: Core seminar, required for graduation CORE 101  through CORE 105  and at least sixth semester standing
This course explores the private and public dimensions of sexual identity from a variety of disciplinary perspectives. Students examine how sexual identities are shaped by historical, social, and cultural factors and how sexual identities affect an individual’s relationship to community, the state, the law, medicine, etc. Course texts are drawn from the fields of history, psychology, sociology, legal studies, biology, philosophy, literature, cinema, fine art, feminist theory, critical race theory, gay and lesbian studies, queer theory, and transgender studies.

3 credits
Fall, Spring



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