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ANTH 102 B   Intro to Cultural Anthropology back to previous pageBack to Results  
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EnrollmentGeneral131300
202112751
Total252051

InstructorShever, Elana R.
MeetsMWF 1020-1110, ALUMNI 207
RestrictionsNo 2016 2015
DistributionSocial Science Requirement
Core AreaNone

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This course provides an introduction to cultural anthropology and is intended to help students come to a better understanding of human cultures and societies through the analysis and comparison of specific cases. Students study diverse societies from a wide range of geographic areas and examine topics such as kinship and marriage, economic organization, religion, gender, and social change. Students learn about some of the major theories and theorists in cultural anthropology and examine the way cultural anthropologists collect and interpret data, particularly in the course of fieldwork. Enrollment is limited to first-year and sophomore students. (Formerly SOAN 102.)


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