This guide was created for Dr. Meredith Martin's "Sex Roles in Anthropological Perspective" (ANT 4302) class. This course examines issues of sex, gender, and sexuality using cross-cultural examples and the holistic perspective that is a hallmark of anthropology. We will focus on issues of power, equality, and intersectionality, and will read ethnographic works that richly illustrate the complex and contingent experiences of everyday (gendered) life around the world. Use the tabs for help finding information and resources for your research assignments.
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