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HIST 341 Disabilities in History 4.0 Credits

This class considers histories of so-called abled and disabled bodies and the cultural persistence of that binary. It includes examples from many eras and global settings, and it touches on what have conventionally been categorized as both physical and intellectual disabilities. We will consider how historical landscapes, economies, technologies, sciences, arts, skills, and ideas of prestige and stigma all reflect shifting beliefs about ability and disability.

College/Department: College of Arts and Sciences
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit

Biological Sciences BS

...370 , ENVS 260 , HIST 285 , HIST 290 , HSAD...320 , PBHL 333 , PHIL 341 , PHIL 351 , PHIL...

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