Summer 2020 - HIST 454 D100
Problems in the History of Sexuality (4)
Class Number: 3281
Delivery Method: In Person
Course Times + Location:
We 1:30 PM – 5:20 PM
REMOTE LEARNING, Burnaby
Office: AQ 6236
Prerequisites:45 units, including 9 units of lower-division HIST or 9 units of GSWS. Recommended: HIST 115.
Explores how ideas, practices and identities have changed over time in response to social, political and economic pressures. Emphasis on postmodern approaches to understanding sexuality, and the international historical scholarship it has generated. Chronological and geographical focus of this course may vary. Content may vary from offering to offering; see course outline for further information. HIST 454 may be repeated for credit only when a different topic is taught.
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