This humanities/social science course examines the roles of women and men in a cross-cultural perspective that highlights variations in gender roles and interpersonal relations around the world. The aim is to introduce students to the anthropological study of gender, to help them acquire language and tools to think critically about gender, to explore historical changes in gender roles and relations and to reflect critically on gender in modern industrial and post-industrial nations. Not available for supplemental. Instruction (3.0). Equivalent to: ANT-2295, HUM-295. Requisite Courses: Take any one of HUM-1155, HUM-1180, HUM-1190, HUM-1195, SOC-1153 or SOC-1160 (Required, Previous).
HUM-2295 Anthropology of Gender - 3.00 credits