ANTH-300: Topics in Anthropology

3 credit hours
This course can be used to satisfy University Studies requirements. The topics course will rotate various subjects including:

Native North Americans
Uses ethnographies specific to native North Americans to examine their prehistory, history, and culture. Types of social organization, kinship norms, religions, subsistence patterns, and culture contact through colonization are examined.

European Ethnology: Ireland
Uses ethnographies specific to European and Irish peoples to examine their prehistory, history, and culture. Types of social organization, kinship norms, religions, subsistence patterns, and culture contact through colonization are examined.

Latin America and Amazonia
Uses ethnographies specific to the people of Latin America and Amazonia to examine their prehistory, history, and culture. Types of social organization, kinship norms, religions, subsistence patterns, and culture contact through colonization are examined.