CGS 105 Queer Theory 2019

REALLY REALLY IMPORTANT!! Extra Credit - you can do an additional follow-up in the same format as for the regular follow-ups, any of the three formats, for a DIFFERENT class meeting than the other two. will be graded as for the others. the max credit will be 1/2 of the usual follow-up credit, or 6.5% of your grade. grades will be calculated and assigned for everyone before we look at and add in extra credit. please turn in asap, no later than 5pm on saturday, aug 3 (if you need until midnight on the 3rd, write us an e-mail - thanks)

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The reading for Tuesday July 9 (Foucault, Butler and Muñoz) is a full week's worth of reading and will take you some time to get through - we suggest that you break it up into chunks over several days...

Summer Session I 2019: July 1 – August 3, 2019
11:00-1:50pm Tuesdays Thursdays HSS 2305A

América Martinez, Ethnic Studies
bt werner, SIO/Ethnic Studies/Critical Gender Studies

Office Hours
1-3pm Mondays
2-3pm Tuesdays, Thursdays
Mandeville Cafe (inside or outside)

Queers and queer practices have played a significant role in challenging racism, colonialism, patriarchy and a broader range of exploitive societal institutions. In this course, we will introduce a set of foundational concepts from queer theory in parallel with corresponding concepts in crip theory and complexity theory and apply them to critically analyzing resistance movements that have centered on issues impacting queers, involving queer folx or using queer approaches. Case studies highlight intersectional resistance and queer resistance strategies developed and practiced by Anti-racist, Trans and Queer Activists and Scholars.

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