Reproductive Anthropology

GMS MA 678

As a field within medical anthropology, Reproductive Anthropology can encompass all aspects of human reproduction and sexual/reproductive health, including: adolescent sexuality, fertility, contraception, pregnancy, abortion, birthing, adoption, breastfeeding, the health needs of LGBTQ communities, assisted reproductive technologies, masculinity & male infertility, reproductive health care in and across various care settings and in varying sociocultural and political-economic contexts locally, nationally, and internationally, the roles of race, class, gender, and nationality in all of the above, and many other topics. Any issue, practice, illness, trend, or debate that combines human behavior and reproductive health or ability is fertile ground for anthropological examination from evolutionary, biocultural, and critical-medical perspectives. 3 cr ., Spring sem. Th 12:30-3:15, Charles River Campus. .

SPRG 2024 Schedule

Section Instructor Location Schedule Notes
A1 Laurens IEC B03 W 2:30 pm-5:15 pm any Room in Crc

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