CMLT 3620 Caribbean Sexualities
4 hours; 4 credits
Sex and sexuality in the Caribbean and its diaspora; exploration of how sexuality intersects with and diverges from culture and nationalism, notions of gender, race, and ethnicity. Social science and literary texts explore a range of experiences from the nineteenth to the twenty-first centuries, including heterosexuality, interracial relationships, homosexuality, love, violence, and desire; critical and theoretical texts examine the structures of gender and sexual relations, and relationships between sex and race. This course is the same as Africana Studies 3246, Caribbean Studies 3118, and Women?s and Gender Studies 3118.
Prerequisite: English 1010
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