The sciences of human heredity and reproduction from Aristotle to Margaret Atwood. Readings include classic philosophical, scientific, and literary sources. The course takes up themes of technology and control; gender, race, class, and sexuality; scientific ethics; and interactions between biology and society.... Read more about Heredity and Reproduction
What assumptions about race and sex are embedded in the term 'interracial,' and why are different types of interracial relationships viewed differently? How did White fears of relationships between Black men and White women influence the creation of the Ku Klux Klan? How did the story of Pocahontas influence the development of a settler colonial state?... Read more about Interracial Intimacy: Sex, Race, and Romance in the U.S.
Explores a range of subjects concerning human capital, historically and comparatively. Topics include fertility, mortality, health, immigration, women's work, child labor, retirement, education, inequality, slavery, unionization, and governmental regulation of labor, all within the broader context of economic history.... Read more about History and Human Capital