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THE ANTHROPOLOGY MAJOR IS A 10 COURSE MAJOR.
Ten courses, including: Anthropology 112, 313, 333, and one advanced seminar taken in the second semester of the senior year and chosen from courses at the 400 level; one culture area course normally selected from courses designated as such in the course description (consult your advisor for appropriate selections in any given semester); five elective courses, including at least two at the 300 level or equivalent. In addition to Anthropology 112, a maximum of one other anthropology course taught at the 100 level may be counted toward the major.
The point scale for retention of the major applies to all courses offered toward the major. No courses for the major may be taken satisfactory/unsatisfactory.
AY112fs Cultural Anthropology BESTEMAN/FACULTY
AY252f Language in Culture and Society HALVORSON
AY255fs Global Health: Critical Perspectives on Health, Care, and Policy Listed as Global Studies 255. EL-SHAARAWI
AY256f Land, Food, Culture, and Power MILLS
AY259fs Reading Ethnography BESTEMAN
AY297f Global Displacement: Understanding Refugees and Refugee Policy Listed as Global Studies 297. EL-SHAARAWI
AY297Bf The Art and Politics of Revolution in Latin America .Revolutions humanities lab. TATE
AY297Cf The World at Play MENAIR
AY313fs Researching Cultural Diversity TATE
AY333fs Contemporary Theory BESTEMAN
AY341f Culture, Mobility, Identity: Encounters in the African Diaspora BHIMULL
AY344f Black Radical Imaginations BHIMULL
AY373f The Anthropology of Gender and Sexuality MILLS
AY483] Honors in Anthropology Prerequisite: Senior standing, admission to the honors program, and permission of the supervising faculty member. Three or four credit hours.
AY491f, 492s Independent Study Individual topics in areas where the student has demonstrated the interest and competence necessary for independent work. Prerequisite: Permission of the instructor. Two to four credit hours. FACULTY