ID 257 - Sex and development: the intersection of sexuality, morality, and modernity
This course explores historical and contemporary efforts to regulate sex, birth, death, and fertility as part of ideas about moving towards modernity, progress, and building healthy, stable, moral and productive societies. Drawing on approaches ranging from demography to anthropology and global health, we will explore the theoretical conceptualization of sex, sexuality, fertility, mortality, morbidity, and population growth and examine large and small scale attempts to control and alter sexual behavior and demographic patterns in different societies.
Capstone eligible seminar.
Corequisites: ID120, ID121, or ID125
Anticipated Terms Offered: varies