Environment, Health, and Development in China

POLSCI 299SA

Critical overview and investigation of the culture, politics, and political economy of environment, health, and development issues in contemporary China, with special attention to case studies exploring a range of issues from public health panics, HIV and AIDS, sex work, migrant workers, the Beijing Olympics, water politics, earthquake relief, and environmental protest. Includes readings across disciplines, and engagement with the work of government, academic, multilateral and non-governmental groups. Instructor consent required. Course taught in China as part of the Global Study Abroad Program. One course.

Course originates in Cultural Anthropology.

Crosslisting Numbers: 

CULANTH 395AS; also C-L:, Ethics Courses Offered Through Other Departments
GLHLTH 383AS
Ethics Courses Offered Through Other Departments

Curriculum Codes: 

CCI, EI, SS, STS