Fall 2017 Courses

Fall 2017 Course Offerings (subject to change)

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GENERAL FOR ALL CONCENTRATIONS (NEW!)
ANT 2530 Anthropology Professional Development (1 credit hour)

ARCHAEOLOGY
ANT 1420 Archaeology and the Human Past
ANT 2221 Archaeology
ANT 2330 Neandertals
ANT 3250 Archaeological Lab Methods
ANT 3530 Archaeology of the State
ANT 3600 Archaeological Theory
ANT 4440 Experimental Archaeology
ANT 4450 Paleolithic Cave Art

BIOLOGICAL ANTHROPOLOGY
ANT 1430 Our Primate Heritage (with 1430 Lab)
ANT 2222 The Living Primates
ANT 2230 Biological Anthropology
ANT 2420 Gender, Race, and Class
ANT 3220 Human Biological Variation
ANT 3305 Forensic Anthropology
ANT 3350 Primate Behavior and Ecology
ANT 3405 Quantitative Methods

SOCIOCULTURAL ANTHROPOLOGY
ANT 1415 Understanding Culture
ANT 2215 Cultural Anthropology
ANT 2300 Mesoamerican Cultures
ANT 2430 Magic, Witchcraft, and Religion
ANT 2700 South Asia through Ethnography
ANT 3410 Ethnographic Methods
ANT 3625 History of Anthropological Ideas
ANT 3630 Epistemology and Praxis
ANT 3660 Medical Anthropology
ANT 3820 Anthropology of Media
ANT 4225 Meaning
ANT 4270 Arts of Resistance
ANT 4280 Anthropology of the Body
ANT 4610 Culture, Energy and Power (formally known as Anthropology of Energy)

CAPSTONES
Note: Senior Capstone sections requires senior standing and approval of advisor. Thus, students CAN register for capstone in their second to last semester. May not be taken if the student has already taken the regular section. For more information, please contact your advisor. 

ANT 4271 CAPSTONE: Arts of Resistance
ANT 4281 CAPSTONE: Anthropology of the Body
ANT 4441 CAPSTONE: Experimental Archaeology
ANT 4451 CAPSTONE: Paleolithic Cave Art
ANT 4611 CAPSTONE: Culture, Energy and Power (formally known as Anthropology of Energy)

HONORS SECTIONS
ANT 2215-410 CULTURAL ANTHROPOLOGY
ANT 2221-410 ARCHAEOLOGY
ANT 2230-410 BIOLOGICAL ANTHROPOLOGY
ANT 2330-410 NEANDERTALS
ANT 2700-410 SOUTH ASIA THROUGH ETHNOGRAPHY
ANT 3220-410 HUMAN BIOLOGICAL VARIATION
ANT 3305-410 FORENSIC ANTHROPOLOGY
ANT 3600-410 ARCHAEOLOGICAL THEORY
ANT 3630-410 EPISTEMOLOGY & PRAXIS
ANT 3660-410 MEDICAL ANTHROPOLOGY
ANT 3820-410 ANTHROPOLOGY OF MEDIA
ANT 4225-410 MEANING 

 

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Anthropology Speaker Series
Anthropology Loucks Fund
Anthropology Weller Fund 
Anthropology Keefe Fund
Anthropology Foundation 

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Physical Location

The Department of Anthropology is located in Anne Belk Hall. The administrative office is located in Room 342 and all of the faculty offices, classrooms, and labs are located on the 3rd floor.

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