Engaging

Love Sex, and Sociology

School: 
College of Arts & Sciences
CLAS Course: 
Sociology
Course #: 
SOC 4430
Section: 
1
Instructor: 
Fauzia Husain
Credits: 
3
Days of the Week: 
MTWRF

This course explores the social construction of love and sexualities. Beginning with historical perspectives, the class also compares the organization of intimate life in the United States and other countries. Students evaluate the impact of social inequalities in gender, class and race on the construction of choice and commitment. The class considers how consumer capitalism, the state, and culture interact to shape our intimate practices.

Session: 
Session II
Course Dates: 
June 18 to July 14
Course Times: 
3:30 pm to 5:45 pm