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4 sem. hrs. Focuses on theoretical and thematic considerations of gender and sexuality, including the role of different discourses in constructing notions of gender and heterosexuality; sexuality as an instrument of power; and the links with nationalisms, queer theory, hybridities, and political possibilities.