AP/HREQ1900 6.0 M: Sexuality, Gender and Society

Offered by: HREQ

(Cross-listed to: AP/SOSC1900 6.0M )


Winter 2021






Calendar Description / Prerequisite / Co-Requisite

Examines how the meaning and significance of sexuality, family, work and public life have varied historically for men and women. It is particularly concerned with analyzing the social definition and control of women and homosexuality, which has largely taken place in the interests of the dominant class of heterosexual masculine males. Note: This course will not count for major credit in HREQ.

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