Language, Sexuality, Gender & Race, 3 pts, GR5125
Language, Sex, Gender & R
This seminar introduces graduate students to central concepts and approaches from linguistic anthropology and related socio-linguistic fields to analyze the dynamism of gender, sexuality and race in a cross-cultural and global context. In this course we probe the intricacies of how language and other embodied forms of communication are key to socializing and practices ways of being, performing and embodying gender, sexuality, and culture, with particular attention to the intersections with racial formation, indigeneity, coloniality and nationalism.
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- W 2:10PM-4:00PM 317 Hamilton Hall
- Dario Valles