Description: (Formerly numbered Chicana and Chicano Studies 210.) Seminar, three hours. Art of community-making by those multiply marginalized by categories of race, gender, class, citizenship, and gender nonconformity and disposed of normative forms of belonging. Tracking of genealogies of queer of color communities through alternative archives of desire, love, affect, memory, performance, and politics. Reading about queer of color theories and practices, with special focus on oral history, digital storytelling, and forms of social documentation methodologies. S/U or letter grading.