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ANTH 2170 6.0: SEX, GENDER AND THE BODY: CROSS-CULTURAL APPROACHES TO THE BODY, GENDER, SEXUALITY & KINSHIP

ANTH 2170 6.0: SEX, GENDER AND THE BODY: CROSS-CULTURAL APPROACHES TO THE BODY, GENDER, SEXUALITY & KINSHIP

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AP/ANTH 2170 6.00

SEX, GENDER AND THE BODY: CROSS-CULTURAL APPROACHES TO THE BODY, GENDER, SEXUALITY & KINSHIP

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This course critically examines popular explanations of what is considered natural (and what is not) about sex, gender, the body and the family. Through a cross-cultural approach, biological models of natural gender roles, as well as sexual and familial relations, are explored and questioned.

Course credit exclusions: AP/ANTH 2170 6.00 (prior to Fall 2012).

Format: Three hour lecture

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