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AP/ANTH 2330 6.00   Anthropology and Infectious Diseases: An Exploration of the Social Networks of Microbes


Course Description:

This course introduces students to medical anthropology through specific examples of the interrelationship between microbes and people. Students will explore how and why anthropologists study infectious diseases, how concepts such as risk are constructed, how human activities and ideas lead to the spread of disease, and various ways in which political and economic practices are implicated in disease transmission.

Language of Instruction:

English

Course Schedule:

Fall/Winter 2017-2018 Schedule


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