2010-11 Course Descriptions

ANTH - Anthropology   
Department of Sociology and Family Studies (CAS)   
 

ANTH 101 Introduction to Anthropology (3-0-3), fall. An overview of archeology; physical, linguistic, and cultural anthropology. Challenges students to a serious look at today's "global village" with its diversity of cultures and a fuller understanding of "tribal loyalties" in the midst of growing international interdependence. An appropriate world view is suggested, in contrast to provincialism. May be used to satisfy Social Science Degree Requirements.   

ANTH 211 Ethnography of U.S. Culture (3-0-3), fall, spring. Designed for international or American students who have been enculturated in an ethnic enclave significantly different from mainstream U.S. culture. An in-depth study of American cultural traits and social structures with guided field experiences of an ethnographic nature.

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