Sexuality, Disability and Human Rights

This course explores critical analyses of sexuality, disability and human rights. The course considers ways in which people with disabilities are framed as outside of mainstream sexuality discourses. Historical and contemporary forms of regulation and management of people designated as non-conformative as well as issues of sexuality, disability, personhood and sex rights are considered alongside historical forms of resistance, identity and place-making. (lec 3) 3 cr. Pre-requisite- 18 university credits .

SOCI-3336EL
Sociology (2005)
3.00
UG