Posted on February 9, 2013
American Indian Genders and Sexuality Course
The American Indian Genders and Sexuality course, AIS/WGSS 313, will be taught by Dr. Clarissa Rojas of WGSS in the Spring of 2014 as part of the new Minor in AIS and in the new Minor in Queer Studies.
Minor in Queer Studies
Queer Studies is an interdisciplinary minor that focuses on non-normative sexuality as a primary category of analysis. Queer Studies starts from the assumption that sexuality is central to human social organization; is always experienced in continually shifting contexts; and lived in relation to race, religion, class, nation, and gender. Its methods and premises grow out of scholarship on gender and thus is housed in the Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Department.
A minimum of 18 units chosen from the following list of courses, chosen in consultation with the Queer Studies Advisor.
Take both of the following courses:
- WGSS 205 Introduction to Queer Studies (3)Prerequisites: GE Foundation requirements.
- WGSS 416 Queering Gender (3)Prerequisite: Upper-division standing.
Choose any four of the following courses:
- ASAM 370, AIS/WGSS 313, CHLS 330, CRJU 461/WGSS 417, HIST 395, WGSS 375, WGSS 356, WGSS/ENGL 442