Seminar: Transnational Sexualities: National Borders, Global Desires

Comparative American Studies 321

Usual Description

How does the globalization of sexuality shape the study of sex in national contexts? This interdisciplinary seminar uses the United States as a starting point to consider sexual identities and practices in a transnational perspective, addressing topics such as reproduction, migration, AIDS, sex work, tourism, and militarization. We will examine the production of gendered, raced, and classed bodies and explore the significance of transnational analysis of sexuality to social justice work.

Course Listings

These are all of the listings of this course recorded in the Oberlin course catalog since the fall of 2007.

Listing Semester Professor
Comparative American Studies 321 Taught by Meredith Raimondo
Comparative American Studies 321 Taught by Meredith Raimondo