WS 310 - Cross-Cultural Perspectives on Gender, Sex, and Sexuality (AN 310)
 
(3 cr.) This course introduces students to the social and cultural constructions of gender, sex and sexuality around the world. Students discover the way anthropologists approach these topics. They explore the constructions as they relate to notions of biology, family, households, work, migration, inequality/inequity, economics and class status, violence, and race and ethnicity. Discussions focus on what gender, sex and sexuality are, what they mean and how they theoretically and practically matter as categories. Prerequisite: 6 credits; From Subjects AN SO; Every Year, Fall
 
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