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2017-2018 Undergraduate Bulletin

ANTH 5260 - Anthropological Thought and Theory



Goals: To become familiar with the kinds of explanations and methods anthropologists have used and/or are currently using to analyze cultural phenomena. To develop critical thinking.

Content: Theoretical statements and exemplary analyses covering a spectrum of approaches employed by 19th and 20th century anthropologists.

Taught: Annually

Prerequisites: At least two 3000-level anthropology courses

Credits: 4