Sep 20, 2018  
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ANT 110 - Families in Cross-Cultural Perspective (First-Year Seminar)

Four Credits
Fall Semester

This course examines concepts of marriage and family as social institutions from a cross-cultural perspective.  Drawing on both classic and contemporary essays as well as in-depth ethnographic studies of families, we will examine the ways in which intimate relationships are created, understood, and enacted around the globe.

Prerequisite(s): Open to First-Year Students only.
This course was formerly numbered SOC 230 and is the equivalent to ANT 230 - Families in Cross-Cultural Perspective   

Fulfills the First-Year Seminar Requirement and may be applied to the Gender & Sexuality Studies program.