Netherlands, Amsterdam

Anthropology of Sexuality, Aids and Reproductive Health Wintercourse

when 9 January 2017 - 12 January 2017
language English
duration 1 week
credits 3 ECTS
fee EUR 1500

The Medical Anthropology and Sociology winter school courses takes place annually in January. These short, intensive courses are designed to offer participants both an overview of and insight into the state of the art of medical anthropological research in three essential themes in health care

Course leader

Dr Eileen Moyer

Target group

The courses are open to:
Health and health-related professionals
PhD students in social science
Master’s students in social science

Course aim

Course objectives
To gain insight into a sexual and reproductive health and rights approach
To gain an overview of the state of the art of anthropological approaches and methods in the study and analysis of sexuality, HIV/AIDS, and reproductive health
To promote the understanding and analysis of sexuality, HIV/AIDS, and reproductive health in broad social, political and economic contexts
To enhance critical thinking of theories and implementation models and practices currently used in this field
To develop the ability of participants to contribute to culture and gender-sensitive solutions to sexuality, HIV/AIDS, and reproductive health problems

Credits info

3 ECTS
There is also a 6 credits programme possible

Fee info

EUR 1500: 3 EC course: attendance, readings and small assignment
Participants enrolled in a full time Master’s programme at a Dutch university will be registered as a ‘bijvakstudent’ and are legally exempt from paying extra tuition.
EUR 1650: 6 EC course: attendance, readings and a 5000 word paper

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