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Transhistory: Gender Diversity from Medieval to Modern (HISTORY 3B)


This series of six lectures explores the history of gender crossings and transgressions, broadly defined. Several Stanford faculty members and one visitor will present historical interpretations of how and why individuals crossed gender boundaries in the past, as well as how different societies have reacted to gender crossing. The topics range from medieval to modern times and across geographic regions, including Europe, China, South Asia and the Americas.

Course ID: 
217 458
Letter or Credit/No Credit

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