This course studies innovative, timely and often interdisciplinary topics that are not a formal part of the sociology and anthropology curriculum. Often these courses apply anthropological perspectives and insights to issues that we either take for granted or study in other disciplines. Topics may include Anthropology of Time and Space; Anthropology of the Body; Power and Violence; Men and Masculinity; Judaism and Bible; and other topics. Prerequisite: ANTH 151, sophomore standing or permission of the instructor. The course may be repeated for credit with different topics.
|ANTH 151, sophomore standing or permission of the instructor||1/2-1 course|
Fall Semester informationClark Sage
290A: Persp:The Undead, Monsters and the Paranormal
290B: Persp:Anthropology of the Caribbean
Spring Semester informationDaniel Joseph
290A: Persp:Applied Anthropology