Transgender and the Queering of Sexuality
Considers challenges of being transgender, coming out and queering sex/gender normativity. Transgender theory is deployed to analyse and interrogate material and subjective aspects of transgender, including generational attitudinal changes and the implications for capitalism, politics, culture and society. Draws on psychoanalytic-influenced theories to question and queer human sexuality, libidinal investments in masculine domination and sex/gender essentialism.
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Lecturer(s) Dr Ciara Cremin
GENDER 311: 15 points
30 points passed at Stage II