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Gender, Race, Sexuality and Social Justice, Faculty of Arts

CSIS: Critical Studies in Sexuality

CSIS 200 (3) Critical Engagements in Sexuality Studies
Introductory survey to sexuality studies that emphasizes how sexuality intersects with race, gender, class, ability, and geography.
Prerequisite: GRSJ 101.
CSIS 300 (3/6) d Introduction to Critical Studies in Sexuality
A multidisciplinary, team-taught course which provides an introduction to the study of sexuality, including lesbian, gay, bisexual, heterosexual, and transgender issues and related topics.
CSIS 301 (3) Introduction to Trans* Studies
How race, citizenship, gender, sexuality, culture and dis/ability are materially and socially constructed together to give meaning to the category trans*. (Trans*: transgender, transsexual, gender variant and other articulations.)
Prerequisite: GRSJ 101.
CSIS 450 (3-6) d Topics in Critical Studies in Sexuality
A thematic course, which explores current questions and issues in relation to the study of sexuality. Topics may vary from year to year.
CSIS 490 (3/6) d Directed Topics
Designed to allow a student to develop an individual course of study in a specific area as approved by a faculty member affiliated with the CSIS program.
CSIS 500 (3/6) d Critical Studies in Sexuality: Multidisciplinary Approaches
This course is not eligible for Credit/D/Fail grading.

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