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Undergraduate Anthropology

2019 Fall Term

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3 Units

CULTURAL ANTHROPOLOGY (GS)

Anthropology 218

Varieties of human cultures past and present throughout the world, emphasizing the comparative study of social systems.


3 Units

HUMAN EVOLUTION: INTRODUCTION TO BIOLOGICAL ANTHROPOLOGY

Anthropology 225

Biological anthropology studies human biological evolution and variation. Topics will be: Genetics and Human Evolution, Misconceptions about human evolution and adaptation, the biology and behavior of primates, the fossil record and the origin of bipedalism and evolution of larger brains and lastly the challenges of the future as a result of our recent evolution history.


3 Units

NATIVE NORTH AMERICA TODAY: PEOPLE, CULTURE AND SURVIVAL

Anthropology 305

This course, while assessing anthropology's long-term relationship with Native North America, primarily presents an opportunity for students to engage with the representation of contemporary Native cultures (and identity) through ethnographic reading and study. This will be accomplished through autobiographic, ethnographic, and medical anthropological literatures (and other media forms). Students will be asked to react through discussion, writing, and examination.


3 Units

FORENSIC DOCUMENTATION

Anthropology 325

This is an advanced course for students who wish to explore the area of recovery and identification of human skeletal remains. This class is offered as an introduction to the field of Forensic Science. It also provides us with opportunity to see an application of scientific knowledge to jurisprudence. A detailed look into the events surrounding death will be examined. Since we will deal directly with the human body, some prior knowledge of the human body will be helpful although we will cover this material in class.


3 Units

MAYAS, AZTECS AND INCAS: PRECOLUMBIAN CIVILZATIONS

Anthropology 365

Cultures like the Mayas, Aztec,and Inca, surprised, shocked, and even appalled Europeans when the first encountered each other. This course examines historical, social, and technological aspects of these three great civilizations and their predecessors and seeks to understand them in a way that informs the modern world

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