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Language in Culture and Mind: Cognitive Anthropology

Explores cognitive anthropology, which is concerned with the relationship between language and mind, how cultural worlds are created and structured through language, and how individual languages shape the attitudes and behaviors of their speakers. We will consider both potential universals in human thought as expressed through language and the diversity of worldviews and behaviors between language communities. Meets the Critical Learning: SA requirement.

Prerequisite: Anthropology 105 or 256 or 258 or consent of instructor.

Degree requirement — Critical Learning: SA

1 unit — Leza


Term Block Title Instructor Location Student Limit/Available Updated
Spring 2022 Block 8 Language in Culture and Mind: Cognitive Anthropology Christina Leza TBA 25 / 25 11/26/2021
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