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AN102 – Cultural Anthropology

The study of human societies through the central concept of culture. Explores such topics as meaning, adaptation, social organization, kinship, religion, environment, technology and conflict. Presents anthropological themes including holism, comparison, dynamism and cultural relativism, as well as methodological approaches to studying human experience in naturally occurring contexts. May meet either the Critical Perspectives: Global Cultures or Social Inequality requirement.


TermBlockTitleInstructorLocationStudent Limit/ AvailableUpdated
Fall 2014 Block 1 Cultural Anthropology Mario Montano Barnes Science Center 403 16/1 04/21/2015
Fall 2014 Block 4 Cultural Anthropology Sarah Hautzinger Barnes Science Center 407 25/3 04/21/2015
Spring 2015 Block 7 Cultural Anthropology Melissa Coupal Barnes Science Center 407 25/0 04/21/2015