HSEX6312: Intersectional and Decolonizing Approaches to Transgender Health

3 CreditsField StudyOnline Available

This foundational course seeks to provide the groundwork for understanding intersectional and decolonizing pedagogy and theory and application to transgender health. Theories will also focus on examining historical, analytical, and community-informed factors that influence access to care. This course explores the components of identity development through an intersectional lens, systemic marginalization of gender-diverse populations, and historical pathologization of diverse gender and sexual identities in healthcare. Students will be exposed to discourse that focuses on destabilizing biases and western assumptions surrounding the topics of gender identity, sexual orientation, sex assigned at birth, and gender expression. Overall, this course aims to prepare students to engage in reflexive thinking about systems-level interventions in transgender health.

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