|Day & Time
754 EXT Schermerhorn Hall [SCH]
|Instructor||Jennifer S Hirsch|
|Method of Instruction||In-Person|
This seminar providea an intensive introduction to critical thinking about gender in relation to public health. We begin with a rapid immersion in social scientific approaches to thinking about gender in relation to health, and then examine diverse areas in which gendered relations of power – primarily between men and women, but also between cis- and queer individuals – shape health behaviors and health outcomes. We engage with multiple examples of how gendered social processes, in combination with other dimensions of social stratification, shape health at the population level. The overarching goal of this class is to provide a context for reading, discussion, and critical analysis to help students learn to think about gender – and, by extension, about any form of social stratification – as a driver of patterns in population health. We also attend consistently to how public health as a field is itself a domain in which gender is reproduced or contested.
|Department||Women's and Gender Studies|
|Enrollment||9 students (13 max) as of 9:07AM Saturday, September 23, 2023|
|Note||Enrollment preference to WGSS & SOCI majors|