Do we live in the same time or in different times? How does our lived experience of time - such as getting ‘behind the time,’ ‘stuck in the past’ or ‘trapped in circle’ - challenge the linear notion of time (‘clock’ time)? As a critical approach to the metaphysical theories of time, this course considers the ways in which time functions as a normative structure that naturalizes dominant narratives of gender, race, and class. We look at the temporal logic of heteropatriarchy, capitalism, racism and colonialism, while exploring the possibilities to create counter-narratives to the normative temporality.