‘Decolonial Queerness,’ ‘Interrogating Whiteness,’ And Seven Other Bizarre Classes Taught At Colleges This Spring

‘Decolonial Queerness,’ ‘Interrogating Whiteness,’ And Seven Other Bizarre Classes Taught At Colleges This Spring


With the spring semester now in full swing, academic institutions across the country are doubling down on their commitment to gender ideology and the diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) agenda, including classes on “Decolonial Queerness,” “Interrogating Whiteness,” and seven other bizarre courses pushing far-left ideologies.

Prestigious universities are offering a slew of ideologically motivated courses on race and gender, with Columbia University, ranked 12th in the nation, focusing on colonialism and activism. One course on “Decolonial Queerness and Abolition” discusses “the continuing impact, since 1492, of a (neo)colonial/(neo)imperial Euro-American informed modernity.”

“We will examine selected themes such as racialized gender (including masculinities), sexuality, intimacy, class, age, power relationships, and their intersections,” the course description explains, also asking “what decolonial, gender-based, readings and formulations of feminisms/queerness exist that evade

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