Anth 3351: Sex and Gender
May Intersession Course
May 13th – May 31st
Instructor: Sara Ailshire
Anth 3351, Sex and Gender, is a survey of key issues in the anthropology of sex, gender, and sexuality. In this course we will critically examine the science of human biological variation, engage with the politics of human sexuality, and think about the relationship between gender and culture.
This course has no prerequisites. Students interested in gender, politics, medicine, and biology are encouraged to enroll.
For more information, contact: Sara Ailshire at firstname.lastname@example.org