Courses: Introduction to Anthropology (ANTHH103A02)

Fall 2007

Enrollment limited to 40 students.
An introduction to the basic ideas and methods of social anthropology. Examines major theoretical and ethnographic concerns of the discipline from its origins to the present, such as family and kinship, production and reproduction, history and evolution, symbolism and representation, with particular attention to such issues as race and racism, gender and sexuality, class, and ethnicity.

Syllabus: View course syllabus

Prerequisites: Not open to students who have completed BMC Anth 102.

Fulfills: SO SJ I

Department

Anthropology (Web site)

Taught By

Maris Gillette (Profile)

Location

Haverford, Stokes 010

Meeting Times

TTh 1:00-2:30