Reproductive Health-Sexuality (ANTH 374)
Health, healing and learning how their bodies work are issues of concern to women worldwide. In this class students will take a cross-cultural approach to understanding how pregnancy and reproduction are socially and culturally contructed and constrained. Students will experience a radically new way of considering and representing the body. Students will also examine reproductive rights concerns, birth control, and the relation of sexually transmitted diseases to fertility and women's perceptions of their bodies. Pre-Requisites:ANTH 122 or GEOG 112 or SOCY 121 with a grade of D- or better in each course. Typically Offered On Demand
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