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CHST 3304 [0.5 credit] Disability and Childhood: Transnational Perspectives

Drawing on theory and research in disabled children’s childhood studies, sociology of childhood, disability studies, and girlhood studies, this course examines the discursive and material constructions of disabled youth and childhood in transnational contexts in relation to emerging neo-colonial, neo-imperialist, and neo-liberal ideologies.
Also listed as DBST 3304.
Prerequisite(s): third-year standing in Childhood and Youth Studies or Disability Studies, or permission of the department.
Lecture three hours a week.