HIST 571 History of Sex, Gender, and Health in Modern United States
Examines historical issues concerning the relationship among sex, gender, and modern medicine. Looks at sex as a subject of scientific study, and gender as an analytic category. Explores men's and women's interactions with the health sector, the social and gender construction of disease, and the politics of women's health.
Prereq. or coreq.: HIST 501
or HIST 502
or permission of the department chair or M.A. coordinator.