ANT 380 - Anthropology of Women and Health

Anthropological analysis of local to global processes impacting women’s health around the world. Ethnographic case studies that look at social organization, kinship, marriage, race, class, religion, etc. that contribute to the well-being of women. Exploration of non-Western healing techniques employed by women through time and space.

Prerequisite(s): LEP Critical Thinking, ANT 101 or ANT 205 or SOC 100.

3 credit(s).

Last Term Offered: Fall 2016