SIS 2212 – Gender, Fiction, and Sexuality in Central Europe
This course offers an interdisciplinary view of examination of the psychological and behavioural differences between men and women in a historical perspective focusing on Europe, especially on Eastern Europe and Hungary. The origin of gender differences will be addressed from biological, developmental, and social psychological perspectives. This class will use psychological research and theory to examine how gender differences affect the functioning of men and women in work, relationships, health, etc. Emphasis will be placed on understanding gender as a social psychological construct.
Sophomore Interdisciplinary Seminar