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4 sem. hrs. Prereq.: Membership in the honors program. Not offered in 2012- 2014.] Examines the philosophical and cultural frameworks by which we understand sexuality. Using both classic and contemporary texts, it critically interrogates what is considered 'natural' with respect to sex and sexuality, and investigates the conceptual and social power dynamics that structure both the meaning and practices of sexuality.