Curriculum

The President's Commission on the Status of Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, and Transgender Issues continues to support the inclusion of GLBT issues in the curriculum. This includes efforts for curriculum infusion, course addition, and co-curricular educational programming. In addition, the Commission has played a central role in the advocacy, support, and promotion of the Queer Studies Emphasis at UNH.

Classroom Resources:

Bias Free Language Guide

Inclusive Classroom Syllabus Guidelines

Creating an LGBTQ Friendly Educational Experience for Students.  Resources for building an accepting, safe, affirmative environment for LGBTQ students both inside and outside of the classroom

Queer Studies is inter-disciplinary, drawing upon cultural and social history, theory, sociology, psychology, theatre, anthropology, law and political science, among other fields. Because Queer Studies grew out of feminist scholarship into a distinct field of inquiry, the Women's Studies Program houses our Queer Studies Emphasis. Please see the Queer Studies website for more information.

Queer Studies at UNH

Queer studies is a rapidly growing field of study that focuses on lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer people, their history, and culture. Queer Studies considers sexualities and genders as identities, social statuses, categories of knowledge, and as lenses that help us to frame how we understand our world.
Queer Studies grew out of feminist scholarship into a distinct field of inquiry. It is inter-disciplinary, drawing upon culture and social history, theory, sociology, psychology, theatre, anthropology, law, political science, film studies, and visual art, among other fields.

 

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