Feminist StudiesFMST 208 African(a) Genders and Sexualities

Examines a number of classic and new critical texts in the field of African(a) Feminism and Sexuality. Focuses on how African(a) scholars have had to theorize genders and sexualities through an intersectional lens that takes into account questions of decoloniality and freedom. How might we rethink issues of oppression and domination in relationship to race, nation, sex, gender, and sexuality in the global Black world using the tools provided by Africa(a) scholars?

Requirements

Enrollment is restricted to graduate students.

Credits

5

Quarter offered

Fall

Instructor

Xavier Livermon

Also offered as

CRES 208

Requirements

Enrollment is restricted to graduate students.