CSIS Course Descriptions

    
CSIS 200

CSIS 200: Critical Engagements in Sexuality Studies

Introductory survey to sexuality studies that emphasizes how sexuality intersects with race, gender, class, ability, and geography.

Instructor: TBA
CSIS 300A

CSIS 300A: Introduction to Critical Studies in Sexuality

A multidisciplinary course which provides an introduction to the study of sexuality, including lesbian, gay, bisexual, heterosexual, and transgender issues and related topics.

Instructor: TBA
CSIS 450B

CSIS 450B: Topics in Critical Studies in Sexuality

This course will introduce contemporary issues in critical disability studies with an intersectional queer theory framing. This will include social model of disability, social construction of disability, feminist disability theories, disability critical race theory (DisCrit), and queer crip theory. Emphasis on intersections between disability and gender identity, queerness, race, settler colonialism, popular media and educational spaces.

Course not offered in 2021 Winter


CSIS 490A (3): Directed Reading
Term 1


Designed to allow a student to develop an individual course of study in a specific area as approved by a faculty member affiliated with the CSIS program.



CSIS 490B (3): Directed Reading
Term 2


Designed to allow a student to develop an individual course of study in a specific area as approved by a faculty member affiliated with the CSIS program.



CSIS 490C (6): Directed Reading
Sec 001, Term 1-2


Designed to allow a student to develop an individual course of study in a specific area as approved by a faculty member affiliated with the CSIS program.