ANTH 108 SC - Kinship, Family, Sexuality
How do cultures organize human reproduction and integrate it into social life? Because of the universality of biological reproduction, anthropology has used kinship to compare greatly diverse cultures and societies. Tracing the history of anthropology's concern with kinship, the course examines marriage patterns, descent, and family structure in Western and non-Western societies. It also considers emerging forms of kinship involving new reproductive technologies and queer kinship ties in a global perspective. This course may also be offered at Pitzer College as ANTH108 PZ .
Course Credit: 1.0
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