Undergraduate Anthropology-Rock County

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Undergraduate Anthropology-Rock County

2023 Spring Term


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3 Units


ANT 104

Survey of cultural anthropology with emphasis on ethnographic description, methodology and contemporary theory. Cross-cultural comparisons of societies and institutions. Course includes both humanistic and social scientific approaches to human sociocultural diversity.

3 Units


ANT 343

Religion, magic and witchcraft are uniquely human means of reaching out to the supernatural realm in order to effect changes in the here and now. This course introduces students to descriptions and interpretations of magico-religious beliefs and practices in a variety of cultures from an anthropological perspective, which does not attempt to judge the validity of such beliefs but to understand their origins and functions, among other things. It examines theories about religion and some of the conceptual issues regarding the interpretation of religion and related phenomena which have interested anthropologists.

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