CSCL 3350W: Sexuality and Culture

3 CreditsRace, Power, and Justice in the United StatesWriting Intensive

Historical/critical study of forms of modern sexuality (heterosexuality, homosexuality, romance, erotic domination, lynching). How discourses constitute/regulate sexuality. Scientific/scholarly literature, religious documents, fiction, personal narratives, films, advertisements.

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B+ Average (3.428)Most Common: A (34%)

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