ANTH 1010–01, CRN 11042
MWF 11:00-11:50 am, ED 102
This course is a General Education, "Knowledge Area: Social and Behavioral Sciences (S)" course. It is also a required course for the upcoming Anthropology minor and counts as a Sociology elective.
Are you interested in exploring ‘foreign’ cultures and learning about the diversity of the human experience around the globe? Cultural Anthropology is concerned with the cross-cultural analysis of similarities and differences in social phenomena such as marriage practices, family structure, gender relations, economic strategies, and religious beliefs. This course introduces the key concepts of the discipline through lectures, films, and class discussions of cultures from the Americas, Africa, Europe, Polynesia, and Asia. Homework assignments and class discussions are intended to foster multicultural understanding as well as encourage self-reflection and critical analyses of our own world views and cultural beliefs.
ANTH 2030-01, CRN 11116
MWF 10:00-10:50 am, ELC 301
This course introduces the theories and methods of archaeology, a social, historical, and natural science. The focus of the course is on anthropological archaeology.
This course addresses the relationship between food and culture. It examines food taboos and rituals, food and identity, health and nutrition, alcohol and drug use, feasting and fasting, hunger and obesity, and the global politics of food production and consumption.
Special Topics-Antrhopology of Sex & Gender
ANTH 4700-01. CRN 12977
Occasionally Anthropology faculty will offer courses on a special area of interest or a particularly timely topic under this course number. The class schedule and handouts in the department will provide further information on each Special Topic course.
Office Hours: Tuesday and Thursday 10:00 am - 12:30 pm, or by appointment.
ANTH 4960–01, CRN 21286
Dr. Emily Dean
May 31 - July 1, 2011
This is a 6 credit course and requires instructor's permission to register.
This course introduces students to archaeological excavation, survey, and laboratory techniques through work at an actual archaeological site. In addition to practical hands-on training, there will be occasional field-trips and lectures on regional prehistory, history, geomorphology, and ecology. Prerequisites: ANTH 2030 or equivalent strongly recommended. For more information: http://www.suu.edu/hss/archeology/
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