GENDER, SEX & 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. Instructor: McIntosh

Day / Time: 

W 03:05 PM-05:35 PM

Location: 

Friedl Bdg 204

Instructor: 

McIntosh, Laurie

Section: 

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