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This module will introduce existing scholarship on theories of gender, diversity and inclusion. It explores the social and cultural debates contained in the classical texts of key thinkers. Students will learn to critically evaluate the paradigms that underpin gender and sexuality frameworks of analysis. They will engage with the themes of power, culture, social structures and identity. Students will examine the historical
emergence and changing nuances of gender and sexualities theory. They will incorporate a strong emphasis on the intersectionality of class and race
diversity in their engagement with theories of sexuality and gender.