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Avis et commentaires pour d'étudiants pour Queering Identities: LGBTQ+ Sexuality and Gender Identity par University of Colorado System

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563 évaluations
172 avis

À propos du cours

In this course, you will explore the history of LGBTQ identities, experiences, and activism. We’ll study major events in global LGBTQ history, investigate local histories of queer and transgender people and communities, and consider how LGBTQ histories have helped shape broader conversations about civil rights, equality, and justice....

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MD

20 août 2020

I loved every aspect of his course. I am someone who has a very substantial foundation of knowledge towards the Queer community, but this course taught me a lot more than I haven't thought about yet.

BJ

14 mars 2022

This course taught me the new variations about LGBTQ and its diffenert arenas. It taught us how biological, sociological and psychological concept plays important role in determind the definitions.

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par Selin P

22 janv. 2021

it was a wonderful journey!

par Edgardo G

17 juin 2020

I loved every second of it!

par Deleted A

22 avr. 2020

very good and useful course

par Andrew Z B

7 juil. 2021

Good video and resourses

par mailgisela

4 mars 2022

Wonderfull. Thank you

par Supitcha P

20 oct. 2021

this is my world.

par autice

23 févr. 2021

非常好地课程,非常多元、科学的视角

par Basak E

18 juil. 2020

Great. Thank you

par 20CEAD049 - V S

20 juin 2021

WELL ADDRESSED

par Filipa S

25 oct. 2020

Very complete.

par FARHAAN H

13 juin 2020

Good course...

par Giselle D

21 oct. 2020

Great course!

par Linh T P L

12 mai 2021

Excellent!

par Melissa B

19 avr. 2021

Well done!

par Dr. R K V

5 sept. 2020

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par sruthi k

14 juin 2021

Thankyou

par Cliffton E C L

15 mai 2021

Perfect!

par Daniel A C F

1 sept. 2020

Awesome

par Jhon B F U

27 juin 2022

good

par Deleted A

30 juin 2021

Good

par Kawinnada N

17 juin 2021

good

par Davide B

19 juin 2020

This is a very good course that covers a good range of topics. The instructors are very engaging and provide with very concise and clear explanations. Sometimes I wish they were digging a bit deeper in their analysis of particular issues. Also, there are some problems with the test's detection of correct answers that could be fixed. In addition, the complete lack of academic references makes the course not as powerful and rigorous as it could be. Overall, this is an inspiring and intellectually challenging course that I would highly recommend to anyone, in particular to someone with little prior knowledge of LGBTQ+ issues and social sciences.

par Sarah P

24 août 2020

There is a lot of good info here with most relating to understanding basic concepts of LGBTQ+ terminology and perspective. As a gay woman, I learned some new things and gained perspective on topics that I personally do not encounter and appreciate the professors for providing that for me. I enjoyed the additional resources that were suggested (and required) that allowed me to look deeper into the portions of the course that either most interested me or I needed extra time researching. I did not find the professors engaging in their presentation and would have appreciated seeing their inputs in the discussion forums.

par Anthony B

29 déc. 2020

I enjoyed the course very much. I would like to see an academically rigorous course covering the development and history of the LGBT+ person and community. I enjoyed the lectures and the resources provided. Some of the video presentations,however, were just too long. ( the 12 minute drag interview and the never ending 19 minute parenting video )

The perspective was very useful and I will apply it to my own life. I am a gay 58 year old, white man who lives in Switzerland. I recognise I have many advantages but also lost lots of friends to AIDS.

par Phasit C

15 août 2021

T​his course really gives me guidlines and wider views into LGBTQ+ communities, both theoratical and practical, and issues they're facing. It also encorage me to do more research and start having conversations about LGBTQ+ to people surrounded me. However, the (little) disadvantage to this course is that learners who have little to no experience in sociological terms might find it hard at first. Also, the difference of each person's society (especially international students), might make this course not suit for some.