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Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, and Transgender Studies

Associated faculty: S. Ackerman (Religion, Women's and Gender Studies), C. G. Boggs (English, Women's and Gender Studies), S. J. Brison (Philosophy), M. A. Bronski (Women's and Gender Studies), A. A. Coly (African and African American Studies, Comparative Literature), K. Conley (French and Italian), M. Desjardins (Film Studies), M. R. Dietrich (Biological Sciences), V. Fuechtner (German), M. R. Goeman (Native American Studies, English), M. R. Graver (Classics), K. J. Jewell (French and Italian), M. Meyers (Women's and Gender Studies), F. Minwalla (Theater), A. Orleck (History), U. Rainer (German), I. Reyes (Spanish and Portuguese), J. J. Santa Ana (English), I. T. Schweitzer (English, Women's and Gender Studies), B.R. Silver (English), S. Swayne (Music), J. H. Tatum (Classics), P.W. Travis (English), B. E. Will (English), M. Williamson (Classics), M. F. Zeiger (English).

Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, and Transgender Studies examines the lives, experiences, and representations of gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender persons, studying in historical, contemporary, and theoretical contexts their communities, institutions, politics, languages, art, literature, and relationships to heterosexual norms. Drawing upon interdisciplinary and multicultural resources, GLBT Studies analyzes sexuality and sexual identity as complex social and historical phenomena. GLBT courses are listed under Women's and Gender Studies. Related courses may be found in other departments and programs, such as:

African and African American Studies 40: Gender Identities and Politics in Africa

Anthropology 12: Gender and Sexuality in Cross-Cultural Perspective

Art History 16/80: Sex, Gender, and Identity in the Arts of the Ancient World

Classics 10/80: Platonic Love in its Cultural Context

College Course 4: Virtual Gender: Popular Culture and the Construction of Gender

College Course 10: The Performative Body: Culture, Queerness, and the Limits of Genre

Comparative Literature 67: Colonial and Post-Colonial Masculinities

English 60: Gender and Sexuality in Asian American Literature

English 62: Gender and Cyberculture

English 72: Whitman

English 72: Victorian Queer: Constructing Nineteenth Century Sexualities

English 73: The Poetry of Elizabeth Bishop

French 45: Masculinity/Femininity

German 42: Gender and Sexuality in 1920's Berlin

Jewish Studies 52: Judaism, Sexuality, and Queerness

Native American Studies 42: Gender Issues in Native American Life

Religion 48: Body and Sex in Chinese Religion

Religion 80: The Bible, Sex, and Sexuality

Women's and Gender Studies 18: Introduction to Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, and Transgender Studies

Women's and Gender Studies 19.1: Queer Marriage, Hate Crimes, and Will and Grace: Contemporary Issues in GLBT Studies

Women's and Gender Studies 19.2: Sexuality, Identity, and the Law

Women's and Gender Studies 20: Queer Poetries

Women's and Gender Studies 21.2: Fictions of Sappho

Women's and Gender Studies 34.3: The Masculine Mystique

Women's and Gender Studies 35.2: Gender Blending: Motifs of Androgyny

Women's and Gender Studies 53.3: He, She, or It: Reconstructing Gender in Science Fiction

Women's and Gender Studies 53.4: Woolfenstein

Women's and Gender Studies 56.1: Television and Histories of Gender

Women's and Gender Studies 56.2: Beatniks, Hot Rods, and the Feminine Mystique: Sex and Gender in 1950's Hollywood Films

Women's and Gender Studies 61.1: Reproductive Rights and Technologies

Women's and Gender Studies 61.2: The Impact of AIDS on U. S. Society

Women's and Gender Studies 66.1: Sexuality and Science