ANT 105 - Introduction to Cultural Anthropology
Fall and Spring Semesters
This course is an introduction to cultural anthropology and is designed as an exploration into the diversity of ways in which human beings perceive and order the social world. Topics covered include kinship, gender, language, ecology, economy, political organization, globalization, religion and worldview from a diverse array of cultural viewpoints. Course readings and films include both classic and contemporary ethnographies.
This course was formerly offered as SOC 228 Cultural Anthropology.
Fulfills the Social Scientific Inquiry requirement.
Course may be applied to the Asian Studies and Middle Eastern Studies minors.
Course may be applied to the Latin American Studies program with permission of the Program Director.