HAJ453H - AIDS: A Global Perspective
Seminars explore the global AIDS crisis, adopting the medical-anthropological perspective of Paul Farmer’s “Infections and Inequalities”. Varying epidemiological profiles of AIDS are placed in broader social, cultural, and political-economic frameworks. The impact of globalization and structural inequality on local cultures and lifestyles provides an essential backdrop to the discussions.
Prerequisite: 4th year status; HMB300H1/301H1/302H1/303H1/323H1 or 0.5 FCE 300-series ANT course
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