ANTH 112

Cultural Anthropology

Prerequisite: Not open to seniors. (ANTH 112H is open to seniors). A broad, general introduction to selected concepts and topics in cultural anthropology through ethnographic accounts of societies from different world regions. Questions about differing social practices and cultural values will be explored, along with questions about how anthropologists examine the objects of their studies and critical examination of analytical concepts such as culture, tradition, ritual, and kinship. The course is designed primarily for first- and second-year students. V.4

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