Queer studies destabilizes the normative grounds upon which claims are made over sexuality. It reappraises the ways in which the concept of the sexual has been taken up in institutions, communities, society, politics, and disciplinary forms of knowing. This nine week class will explore how sexuality operates alongside and against race, class, gender, nationality, disability and other social categories in systems of power. We will read foundational works in queer studies as well as more recent scholarship.
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Completed a graduate studies minor in Gender and Women's Studies at the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign. Presented research at the UCLA Queer Studies Conference.
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