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WGS 334 - Sex, Power, and Politics

Explores the ways that gender identity and sexual orientation matter politically, intersect with race and class issues, and impact human flourishing. Examines these issues from a philosophical perspective, sets them in historical and contemporary political contexts, and investigates the role public policy and social norms play in the process. Part of the Identity Issue. Cross-listed with PLS 334. Offered winter semester. Prerequisite: Junior standing.

Credits: 3

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