WGST 3501 Women and Reproductive Rights
3 hours; 3 credits
An interdisciplinary course on women's experiences of fertility control, childbirth, sex education, teen pregnancy, reproductive technologies, and reproductive hazards. Major themes include the influences of historical period, political perspectives, race, ethnicity, and social class on the perceptions and realities of reproductive rights for women.
Prerequisite: permission of the Women?s and Gender Studies coordinator.
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