900 State Street
Salem, Oregon 97301
This course examines assumptions, arguments, evidence and underlying values about biological sex differences, sexuality and gender construction and asks: Who is a woman? Is sex a stable category? What is the future of sex and why does it matter? Drawing on interdisciplinary perspectives and approaches, we further analyze the packaging of sex by consumer culture, global markets and social movements with the goal of exposing some of the varied uses of sex and the implications of what we view as sex differences.
Prerequisite: Open to 1st and 2nd year students only.
General Education Requirement: Analyzing Arguments, Reasons, and Values