2015-2016 Undergraduate Bulletin

ANT 210 Sex and Culture

3 hours 

Sex and Culture explores the cultural construction of human sexuality from the framework of the individual in society. Students will examine the social learning of sexual behaviors, beliefs and practices. Analytic focus will include how culturally prescribed gender roles for men and women inform notions of right and wrong. Specific topics may include institutionalized gender inequality, marriage and the family, homophobia and other issues involved in the relationship between sex and culture. All topics will be considered from a historical and cross-cultural perspective.



Cross Listed Courses

PSY 210, SOC 210


ENG 101 and sophomore standing or above


This course satisfies the Flexible Core: Individual and Society area of the Gen Ed Program.