Sex and sexuality have long been assumed to be inextricably linked with the physical and social body. Notions of the body and personhood are therefore endowed with the ability either to constrain or to broaden notions of sexuality. This module is designed to introduce participants to the ways in which understandings of the body and personhood, as socially constructed, intersect with understandings and experiences of sexuality. The module is designed to produce a conversation between social theory and lived realities. It aims to enhance participants’ critical and theoretically informed understanding of the body, personhood, and sexuality and to develop their ability to apply this knowledge meaningfully in their own social or professional contexts.
|Sexuality, The Body and Personhood Outline for Participants||43.47 KB|
|Sexuality, The Body and Personhood Facilitator Notes||216.95 KB|
|Sexuality, The Body and Personhood Powerpoint Slides||818.5 KB||Powerpoint file|