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3035: Gender & Sexuality in U.S.

This course will examine how gender has been historically constructed in the United States during the 20th and 21st centuries. It considers how women and men have understood their place in society, what social and cultural forces informed their understandings, and how these concepts changed over time. Students will critically engage with the categories of gender and sexuality as historical and cultural productions within the context of 20th century US politics, culture, and social movements.
  • Credits:
    104800

Section 001