An opportunity for students to engage in team-based, applied anthropological work on a focused project, this course is intended as a linked block that follows up advanced coursework in such areas of study as food, religion and ritual, political, economic, NAGPRA issues, or museum curatorial work. Sites for field-work will vary from year to year, but generally will be grounded in the Rocky Mountain West and/or Southwest Regions. Incorporates such hands-on activities as participant observation, interviewing, policy development and/or collections management, as well as training in qualitative and/or quantitative data analysis.
Prerequisite: Related 200-level or 300-level course or consent of instructor.
|Term||Block||Title||Instructor||Location||Student Limit/ Available||Updated|
|Fall 2016||Block 4||Community-Based Field Course: Issues in Domestic Intimate Partner Violence in the Pikes Peak Region||Sarah Hautzinger, Kelly Johnson||Barnes Science Center 412||12/7||02/24/2017|