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Gender and Sexuality Across Cultures

Master's level | 15 credits | Course code: SA2232

The course does not start as a freestanding course this academic year but can start within a program or a course package. Please contact the department for further information.

About the Course

What does a broad cross-cultural perspective contribute to the understanding of femininities and masculinities, genders and sexualities? The focus of this course is on the diverse cultural logics that separate females, males, and sometimes third or fourth genders into different groups in different societies (with a hegemonic masculinity often being the case). It includes anthropological theories of how sex and gender are produced, expressed and negotiated through culture and practice and relates them to relevant ethnographic examples of such processes. Focusing primarily on non-Western cultures and societies, gender roles and sexuality are examined within the broader contexts of identity formation on, for example, national and transnational levels.

More Information

https://globalstudies.gu.se/...

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Course Syllabus

SA2232

Tuition Fee

Please contact the department.
EU/EEA citizens, Swedish residence permit holders and exchange students do not pay fees. More information on: http://www.universityadmissions.se

Study Guidance

studentcounselling@globalstudies.gu.se. Telephone hours: Tuesdays 14.00-16.00, Thursdays 10.00-12.00. Phone number: +46-(0)31-786 1399.

Department

School of Global Studies
Box 700
40530 Göteborg
Visiting address: Konstepidemins väg 2

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