History and Theory of Medical Anthropology (Part I)

GMS MA 700

This course introduces the history of the field of medical anthropology and of theoretical orientations related to understanding and analyzing health and medicine in society and culture. Readings will exemplify interpretive strategies applied to health-related experiences, discourse, knowledge, and practice. 3 cr, Fall sem. M 10:00-12:50, Medical Campus. (Students needing a 4th credit should speak with the instructor about adding a single-credit directed study).

FALL 2017 Schedule

Section Instructor Location Schedule Notes
A1 Laird M 10:00 am-12:50 pm held in
Room M-1025
MED Campus

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