JNS450H1: Sexuality & Disability

Hours

24S

An interdisciplinary and intersectional approach to the study of disability and sexuality. Students will engage with historical, mainstream and critical discourses and explore complex issues and representations pertaining to disability, sexuality, sexual practices and desire. Draws from a range of writings and cultural texts in queer, crip and sexuality studies.

Prerequisite
SDS255H1/SDS256H1 (UNI255H1/UNI256H1) or NEW240Y1/NEW241Y1 or permission of the instructor
Exclusion
SDS455H1: Special Topics in Sexual Diversity: Sexuality & Disability (2015)
Distribution Requirements
Social Science
Breadth Requirements
Society and its Institutions (3)