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LGBTQ Activism and Social Movements

HNRS 2033 Sec. 1 - Spring 2018

Assistant Professor Catherine Jacquet Department of History

Tu Th 3:00 PM - 4:30 PM
200 French House

This course will critically examine historical and contemporary LGBTQ activism in the United States. We will study moments when LGBTQ identified people banded together, challenged systems, and demanded change. There is no uniform approach or goal of LGBTQ organizing, and we will study the multiple ways that people have mobilized in response to discrimination and oppression.

Fulfills General Education:

English Composition
Social Sciences