This upper level course introduces students to questions of gender, sexuality, two-spirit, and same-sex desire at the intersections of race, indigeneity, and the violences of settler colonialism. Students will engage with work by scholars, activists, and artists in the fields of indigenous and queer studies, decolonizing activism, and cultural production.
0.5 credit in SDS/INS
Some coursework in indigenous culture and history in Canada/US
SDS375H1 (Special Topics in Sexual Diversity Studies A: Indigeneity & Sexuality), offered in Winter 2019
Society and its Institutions (3)
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