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ANTH 325 - Reproduction and Physiology


The biology and anthropology of human reproduction, physiology, and anatomy. Critical reading and discussion of scientific literature that deals with the biological and biocultural history of reproduction and physiology, focusing on modern humans. Topics include reproductive anatomy, sex and gender, fertility, demography, the obstetrical ‘dilemma’, and the evolution of pregnancy.

Prerequisites & Notes: ANTH 215; One course from: ANTH 201, ANTH 210, HNRS 203.
Credits: 5
Grade Mode: Letter



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