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Contemporary Indigenous Peoples

ANTH 105

Credits: 
4

This course is designed to acquaint students with the anthropological approach of studying the structures and institutions, world views, and belief systems of other peoples. Students will have the opportunity for experientially learning the primary methodology of cultural anthropology, participant observation, data collection, and analysis. One major outcome of the course will be the expansion of the students’ ability to understand and participate in cultures other than their own.

Time: 
T, R 10:30am - 12:30pm
Course Term: 
Fall 2013
Instructor: 
Course Location: 
McG 118
Max Enrollment: 
20
Grade Format: 
Letter Grade
Section: 
1