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Anthropological Perspectives and Debates (Fall 2017)

This course explores themes of importance to the various sub-disciplines of Anthropology. The goal is to show how varying analytical perspectives on these broad themes produce divergent views of past and present human cultures. Students are strongly encouraged to complete this course, prior to completion of Level III.

ANTHROP 3PD3

Anthropological Perspectives and Debates (Fall 2017)

Unit(s): 3.0 Level(s): III Term(s): Fall Offered?: Yes Language?: No

This course explores themes of importance to the various sub-disciplines of Anthropology. The goal is to show how varying analytical perspectives on these broad themes produce divergent views of past and present human cultures. Students are strongly encouraged to complete this course, prior to completion of Level III.


Karen McGarry

Assistant Professor (Teaching Track)

Prerequisite(s): Registration in an Honours Anthropology program or permission of the instructor. This course is required of all students registered in an Honours Program in Anthropology