Women's Studies 261. Psychobiology of Sex and Gender
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See PSY 261 for course description.
This two-course connection allows students to explore gender from a variety of disciplinary perspectives: the humanities, social science courses in psychology or sociology and/or the scientific perspective of psychobiology. This combination of courses will ask students to consider the intersections between gender, sexuality, race, ethnicity and class. examines the ways in which poetic genres encode […]
What is sexuality? What is its biological basis? How does society constrain and construct it? How is sexuality represented and, again, constructed in such discourses as literature, film and religion? How does sexuality intersect with race? How do sexuality and race circulate and clash in global contexts? These are some of the questions that students […]