Sex, Politics, Science, and Reproduction

Credit Hours: 
3 hours
Course Description: 
Examination of the science, lived experience, and politics of sexed and gendered bodies. Topics include feminist critiques of sex differences research and evolutionary theory, the role of rhetorical language in the biological sciences, the history of obstetrics and midwifery, race and reproductive justice, the politics of infertility and prenatal genetic testing, ecology and maternal body, and the science and medicine of sex, gender, and sexuality.
Prerequisites: 
Permission of Deptartment