This interdisciplinary course will explore the politics of migration and border-crossing from queer, feminist, and trans perspectives. Drawing upon contemporary North American and transnational research, students will engage with critical literatures on citizenship and the state, mobility, belonging, and kinship and how these processes intersect with sexuality in the context of immigration and refugee systems.
1.0 credit in SDS/DTS
Some coursework in migration & diaspora studies, or transnationalism
SDS455H1 (Special Topics in Sexual Diversity Studies: Queer Migrations and Refugee Politics), offered in Fall 2018
Society and its Institutions (3)
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