21A.111J | Spring 2016 | Undergraduate
For Love and Money: Rethinking the Family
Course Description
Through investigating cross-cultural case studies, this course introduces students to the anthropological study of the social institutions and symbolic meanings of family, gender, and sexuality. We will explores the myriad forms that families and households take and considers their social, emotional, and economic …
Through investigating cross-cultural case studies, this course introduces students to the anthropological study of the social institutions and symbolic meanings of family, gender, and sexuality. We will explores the myriad forms that families and households take and considers their social, emotional, and economic dynamics.
Learning Resource Types
assignment Written Assignments
Two handsome, well-dressed men of color hold an infant, with a pink bow around her head.
The Burgess-Allen Family: Rashad Burgess, Bishop Oliver Clyde Allen III, and their daughter Caylee. (Image courtesy of Trent Kelley on flickr. License CC BY-NC-SA.)