SOC209H1: Sexuality and Modernity


This course examines questions related to sexuality, with a special focus on the social construction of sexual identity, practice, community and desire. To do so, we proceed self consciously with a critical analysis of the modern study of sexuality, and the ways in which sexual science, as a kind of social practice, has affected the construction and regulation of sexual orientation.

SOC395H1 (taken in Winter 2015, Winter 2016), SOC387H1 (taken in Fall 2016, Fall 2017), SOC386H1 (taken in Winter 2018)
Social Science
Society and its Institutions (3)