Engaging

Sex, Gender and Culture

School: 
College of Arts & Sciences
CLAS Course: 
Anthropology
Course #: 
ANTH 2620
Section: 
1
Instructor: 
Seth Palmer
Credits: 
3
Days of the Week: 
MTWRF

In this course, students will chart an intersectional genealogy of anthropological approaches to the study of sex, gender and sexuality. Topics covered will include early feminist anthropology and its relationship to second wave feminism, agency and its limitations, symbolism and ritual, performance and embodiment, kinship and reproduction, transnationalism and sexual economies, rights-based paradigms, and science, race and empire.

Session: 
Session II
Course Dates: 
June 18 to July 14
Course Times: 
1:00 pm to 3:15 pm