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POLS-Y 353: Politics of Gender and Sexuality

Professor: Diana O’Brien
Credits: 3

TOPIC: Politics of Gender and Sexuality in Comparative Perspective

This course surveys central topics in the study of gender, sexuality, and politics. We cover issues including the election of women and LGBT candidates to office, legislative efforts on behalf of women and sexual minorities, women’s and gay rights’ movements, and the politics of masculinity. We draw on examples from various world regions and time periods to analyze similarities and differences across cases around the globe.

This class meets 5:45pm-7:00pm on Mondays and Wednesdays in Ballantine Hall 330.

Section #: 10697; Class meets with GNDR-G 302

This course is part of College Fall 2017 Themester