Feminist StudiesFMST40 Sexuality and Globalization

Examines the relationship between sexuality and the contemporary term globalization as a dense entanglement of processes that emerges from a history of U.S. empire. Sexuality cannot be separated from power struggles over the classification of bodies, territories, and questions of temporality. Examines how sexualized contact zones produce new knowledge, commerce, inequalities, possibilities, and identities. (Formerly course 80B.)

Credits

5

General Education Code

CC

Quarter offered

Spring

Instructor

Ceylan Cemali