Community StudiesCMMU 42A Student-Directed Seminar: Perceptions and Presentations of Transness

Explores how the concept of transgender identity has developed in the U.S., evolving from a cisnormative depiction of gender to an increasingly expansive ideal. Engages with various fields of discourse to see how factors such as medicalization, neoliberalism, and colonization have shaped the perceptions and presentations of transness. Also navigates how art, education, and activism continue to guide a cultural shift regarding transness.

Credits

5

Quarter offered

Spring