ARC 580 / HUM 580

Living Room: Gender, Cities, and Dissent

Sophie Elisabeth Debiasi-Hochhäusl

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This course asks how intersectional feminism, queer, and trans theory can spearhead new methods of research, objects of study, and ways of seeing and analyzing spaces, buildings, cities, and human alliances within them. Overall, the seminar focuses on practices and forms of organizing around LGBTQ+ rights and how historical actors have formed networks and associations to resist dominant spatial and political regimes.

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