What does it mean to be human? Course addresses this question at the center of anthropology using a holistic approach and drawing on multiple subfields of anthropology: archaeological, biological, cultural, and linguistic anthropology. Each version of the course is organized around a central theme which will be addressed with theory and literature from at least two anthropological fields. Course themes will vary but may include topics such as the body, colonialism, food, sex or violence. Meets the Critical Perspectives: Global Cultures requirement.
|Term||Block||Title||Instructor||Location||Student Limit/ Available||Updated|
|Fall 2018||Block 3||Human\Being Anthropological Perspectives||Krista Fish||Barnes Science Center 405||25/1||06/24/2019|
|Fall 2018||Block 4||Human\Being Anthropological Perspectives||Scott Ingram||Barnes Science Center 410||25/4||06/24/2019|
|Spring 2019||Block 5||Human\Being Anthropological Perspectives||Sarah Hautzinger||Barnes Science Center 407||25/-1||06/24/2019|
|Spring 2019||Block 7||Human\Being Anthropological Perspectives||Yogesh Chandrani||Barnes Science Center 407||25/4||06/24/2019|
|Fall 2019||Block 2||Human\Being Anthropological Perspectives||Christina Leza||TBA||25/10||06/24/2019|