DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL SCIENCES AND HISTORY
COURSE DESCRIPTIONS FOR
JANUARY 2 - 23, 2002
ANTH 2202.61 ANTHROPOLOGY OF SEX
Explores the evolution of sex and sexual behavior, drawing on data from biology; Looks at the relationship between sexual behavior and social structure; Examines the biological basis of differences between the sexes; Also explores the evolution and biology of sexual orientation. The focus is on human and non-human primates.
WEB COURSE OFFERING Tortorice (e-mail: email@example.com)
HIST 2368.61 SURVEY OF INDIA
Introduction to the vast panorama of Indian history, art, cultures, philosophies, and politics from ancient through pre-colonial times.
M, T, W, TH 6:00 – 9:00PM Govindan
SOCI 1201.31 INTRODUCTION TO SOCIOLOGY
A systematic introduction to basic sociological concepts: culture, norms, status, role, groups, character, structure, associations, institutions, community, and society.
WEB COURSE OFFERING Gadsden (e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org)
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