Module Outline for Course Participants The Social Construction of Sexual Identities



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Participants will:
• Develop a critical understanding of sexual identity as socially constructed in

relations of discourse and power

• Be able to assess the development of a Caribbean sexuality based on the development of the region’s sexual cultures.

• Examine connections between culture and sexuality through material culture,

especially through exploring the carnivalesque as an idea through which modern Caribbean sexual identity is represented and scripted.

Pre-reading
Chevannes, Barry. 2002. Gender and Adult Sexuality. In Gendered Realities: Essays in Caribbean Feminist Thought, edited by P. Mohammed. Kingston: University of the West Indies Press.
Kempadoo, Kamala. 2004. Sexing the Caribbean. Gender, Race and Sexual Labor. Oxon: Routledge. Chap 2:Pp15-51.
Liverpool, Hollis 2001 Rituals of Power and Rebellion: The Carnival Tradition in Trinidad and Tobago 1763-1962. Research Associates Ltd. Chicago. Pp 127- 131




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