Anth/Bio/HS 140 - Human Sexuality
Time: Section 3: Tues/Thurs 0900-1015 - Section 4: Tues/Thurs 1200-1315
Location: Section 3: CL 310, Section 4 CL 204
This course examines human sexuality from an interdisciplinary perspective. We will view sexuality as a biological capacity fundamentally embedded in, shaped by, and experienced in cultural, social and historical contexts. Sexuality links to systems of equality and inequality. Class exposure to cross-cultural, anthropological perspectives and materials will provide a framework for more detailed examination of contemporary American sexuality and sexuality-related issues.