HI 3354 - Health and Illness in American History
US Group. Traces the history of health, illness and the pursuit of wellness throughout American history. Deals with illness and medical care as well as sport and physical exercise. Focusing on 3 distinct eras - the early 19th century, the decades around 1900 and the period following World War II - examines varieties of health experience and explores how individuals and communities have negotiated their health concerns. Offers a critical consideration of various definitions and models of wellness as they have changed over time, particularly in the physical, intellectual, social and environmental dimensions. Spring of odd years. (WECO)
*All course information is from the 2013-2014 Catalog.