The Future is Fluid: Understanding Gender & Sexuality from Different Generational Perspectives – New!

The Future is Fluid: Understanding Gender & Sexuality from Different Generational Perspectives – New!
3 sessions, 6 hours 

 
 

Language and ideas around diverse populations has changed a lot over the past 20 years. This can sometimes feel especially true around issues of gender and sexuality/sexual orientation. Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Gender Non-Conforming, Gender Creative Parenting, LGBT, LGBTQIA+, and the list goes on! This is even more complex when interacting with members of our families and communities who might be of a different generation than us or different identity than us. This course will talk about how understandings of gender and sexuality have shifted, how to interrupt the biases in ourselves and others, and how to connect across differences.

Instructor: Beth Douthirt-Cohen, PhD is currently the Executive Director of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion at Frederick Community College in Frederick, Maryland. Beth teaches graduate courses on social justice and cultural issues in education. She is Next Generation Faculty for the Social Justice Training Institute (SJTI), a national intensive race experience for social justice educators. Beth has her undergraduate degree in English Literature and Creative Writing from Barnard College of Columbia University, MEd from Harvard University, and her PhD from UMD. Her research examines how relatively privileged populations come to enact solidarity across identity differences.

ILR911 The Future is Fluid: Understanding Gender & Sexuality from Different Generational Perspectives
5-Digit Number: 17629
Mon, Wed, Fri, 1:00 p.m. – 3:00 p.m., 7/8 – 7/12
Location: Performing Arts Center/F112
Total: $64 Tuition: $15 Fee: $49

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