AP/ANTH4570 3.0 A: The Brain, Self and Society

Offered by: ANTH


Fall 2019


Cancelled: Course Delivery





Calendar Description / Prerequisite / Co-Requisite

This course is designed for fourth year students in social sciences interested in neurosciences and psychiatry. It introduces students to different disciplinary perspectives on neurosciences, the self, neuropsychiatry, and narratives of the brain in contemporary biomedicine. This seminar leads advanced students through explorations of epistemological and ontological shifts in neurosciences and personhood, in both the global South and the North. Open to: 4th year HESO majors, Medical Anthropology minors, (and other social science students with permission) Cross-listed: AP/SOSC 4145 3.00

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