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Spring 2016 Course Offerings
January 19-May 3, 2016
Disability, Food, and Health
Katie McDonald, PhD, FAAIDD
Date/Time: Mondays 12:45-3:30 pm
Room: Crouse-Hinds Hsll 321, SU campus
Major theories, historical events, law, services, and research related to health and wellness for persons with disabilities including disparities, health promotion, ethics, aging, violence, and disaster preparedness
Ernest Wallwork, PhD
Date/Time: Wednesdays 4:30-7:30
Room: TBA Upstate Campus
Use of ethical theory in thinking about case problems in health care. Moral dilemmas: use of reproductive technologies, abortion, surrogate motherhood, research with humans, refusal and withdrawal of treatment, physician-assisted suicide.
Culture and Reproductive Health and Medicine
Sandra Lane, PhD, MPH
Date/Time: Mondays 3:45-6:35 pm
Room: Tolley Building 204, SU Campus
Cultural anthropological approaches to cross-cultural variations in reproductive practices (pregnancy, childbirth, infertility, etc.) Impact of globalization, biomedicalization, international development on reproduction and reproductive health. Medical anthropology and gender studies.
CCM courses are open to upper division undergraduates, graduate students faculty from the cooperating institutions, and members of the public who hold Bachelor’s Degrees.
For members of the public, permission of the instructor is required.