ANTHROPOLOGY COURSE DESCRIPTIONS

ANTHROPL 110     INTRODUCTORY ANTHROPOLOGY    GS         3 u
An introductory survey of major divisions in the field of anthropology. Topics include the origins of Homo sapiens, the rise of civilization, genetic variation among contemporary human groups, linguistics, and the cross-cultural study of societies at differing levels of organizational complexity.

 ANTHROPL 218     CULTURAL ANTHROPOLOGY     GS     3 u
Varieties of human cultures past and present throughout the world, emphasizing the comparative study of social systems.

 ANTHROPL 324     PEOPLES AND CULTURES OF THE PACIFIC    GS         3 u
 Survey of the prehistory and contemporary cultures of Pacific Island societies: Polynesia, Micronesia, Melanesia, Island South East Asia, and Australia. Area topics vary.
Prereq: Individual and Society or Global Perspectives or junior standing.

 ANTHROPL 334/534     WOMEN IN CROSS-CULTURAL PERSPECTIVE     GS         3 u
Anthropological approaches to the cross-cultural study of gender relations with emphasis on societies of the non-Western world. Topics vary.
Prereq: Individual and Society or Global Perspectives or sophomore standing.

 ANTHROPL 490     ANTHROPOLOGY WORKSHOP         1-6 u
Repeatable. Prereq: Consent of instructor.

 ANTHROPL 494/694     ANTHROPOLOGY SEMINAR    Repeatable         3 u

ANTHROPL 496/696     SPECIAL STUDIES IN ANTHROPOLOGY        3 u
Repeatable. Prereq: 6 units in anthropology or consent of instructor.

ANTHROPL 498     INDEPENDENT STUDY IN ANTHROPOLOGY        1-3 u
Repeatable. Prereq: Jr or sr st and cons instr.
 
 

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