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Anthropology

Courses Available - Spring 2017


INTRODUCTION TO BIOLOGICAL ANTHROPOLOGY AND ARCHAEOLOGY
ANTH-1003-001 (3) Monday / Wednesday / Friday 1:30PM - 4:30PM
2M74

This is a general introduction to the study of the biological nature and origins of the human species, and of the cultural and biological record of the past. Topical emphases vary but may include basic principles of biological evolution, the human fossil record, modern human variation, and archaeological evidence of the development and diversification of society and culture from earliest times to the rise of ancient civilization.

INTRODUCTION TO CULTURAL ANTHROPOLOGY AND LINGUISTICS
ANTH-1002-001 (3) Monday / Tuesday 9:30AM - 1:15PM
527 Selkirk Avenue — 1SA01

This course is a general introduction to the comparative study of culture and language. Topical emphases vary. In cultural anthropology they may include economic and political organization, kinship and marriage, ritual and belief, and the causes and consequences of cultural change in the contemporary world. In Linguistic Anthropology they may include language structure, pragmatics, sociolinguistics and the ethnography of language. Some instructors may devote substantially more time than others to certain topics. Students are advised to consult with individual instructors for details.


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