DS 3308. HISTORY OF MADNESS. 3 Hours.
Examines insanity in its social and historical contexts through the prisms of class, race, gender, and disability from the birth of the asylum in the eighteenth century to contemporary debates about depression and psychopharmacology. Focuses on madness and psychiatry in the Global North, with comparisons to the Global South. Offered as HIST 3308 and DS 3308; credit will be granted in only one department.
Sociology - Undergraduate Programs
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