Gender, Sex and Citizenship

CULANTH 432S

Explore current issues and debates relating to the relationship between gender, sexuality and global flows of people, labor, capital and ideas. Consider feminist analyses of the citizen-subject and foundational questions central to this area of study relationship between cultural representation, queer subjectivities, and sexual citizenship. Examine scholarship on gendered vulnerability and the welfare state; the politics of 'terror', security, and stereotyped masculinities; domestic labor and contemporary slavery; and the controversial debates about the connections between sex tourism, human trafficking and commercial sex work. Prereq: Previous gender studies course or consent of the instructor. One course.

Crosslisting Numbers: 

SXL432S
WOMENST432S
ICS428S

Curriculum Codes: 

CCI, EI, SS