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Critical Sexuality Studies: Theory and Practice

Graduate students, faculty, professionals, and activists are invited to enroll in the
IGDS four-week short course

on

Critical Sexuality Studies: Theory and Practice
July 9 – August 2, 2013
Mondays – Thursdays | 4:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.

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Instructors:

  • John Campbell, UWI St. Augustine
  • Alison Donnell, Univ. of Reading
  • Rosamond S. King, Brooklyn College
  • Angelique Nixon, Susquehanna Univ.
  • Colin Robinson, CAISO

Course Description: This is a short course on sexuality theory and research methodologies relevant to the Anglophone Caribbean. It will include an overview of the field and will address topics such as Research Methodologies, the Social Construction of Sexual Identities, Men and Masculinity, Sexuality in Politics and Public Policy and Sexual Rights. Sessions will include discussion and group work as well as lectures.

Undergraduates, postgraduates and staff s in all faculties – the social sciences, the humanities and medicine – with a strong interest in the topic are encouraged to register, regardless of previous experience with sexuality studies. Practitioners and activists who work with community organizations or the government are also encouraged to register.

Limited spaces available. Register Today!
Course Cost: $1,200TT | Deadline for registration May 15, 2013.
Submit the attached registration form by May 15, 2013 to igds@sta.uwi.edu

Participants will be issued a Certificate upon successful completion of the course.