This course introduces queer theory within the context of gender studies and urban studies. We will read, discuss, and react to classic text in queer theory, lesbian and gay studies, and sexuality and space studies. There will be an emphasis on finding "otherness" within everyday spaces, places, texts, and discourses. Prerequisites: Anchor I and DISC 100. Co-requisites: DISC 200. Cross Listings: URBAN ST 268, WGS 268.