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Queer and Trans California explores the history of the struggles endured by individuals and groups comprising LGBTQIA2S+ communities in the state of California (with substantive focus on Black, Indigenous, and People of Color-BIPOC), as well as the myriad ways in which LGBTQIA2S+ -identified folks here have found and employed their power. As part of this, we study key ideology, legislation, institutions (political, economic, and social), events, leaders, cultural production, and conflicts in California that have shaped the way diverse LGBTQIA2S+ peoples perceive their communities and are perceived by general society. 3 hours lecture. (022189)
Recommended: MCGS 310.
This course focuses on the hidden history of intersectional and internationalist queer and trans people of color activism, artistry, and scholarship. Course includes readings, films, videos, writing practice, and analysis; the latter half of the semester will focus on oral history texts and scholarship that uses oral history as a research methodology, which will serve as a guiding reference for students' own oral history projects. 3 hours lecture. (022190)
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