Courses Offered in Summer 2017

ANTH222: Introduction to Ecological and Evolutionary Anthropology
An introduction to the evolution of human physiology and human behavior, the relationship between hominid and non-hominid primates, and the study of relationships between a population of humans and their biophysical environment.
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    Summer 2017 Instructor: Unlisted/TBD View Syllabus
    Spring 2017 Instructor: Barnet Pavao-Zuckerman View Syllabus
    Spring 2017 Instructor: Barnet Pavao-Zuckerman View Syllabus
    Spring 2016 Instructor: Barnet Pavao-Zuckerman View Syllabus
    Fall 2015 Instructor: Tanya Icaza View Syllabus
ANTH260: Introduction to Sociocultural Anthropology and Linguistics
Culture and social relationships in a wide variety of settings from small-scale to complex societies. An overview of how anthropology analyzes human behavior. Particular attention to the relationship between language and culture.
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    Spring 2017 Instructor: Christina Getrich View Syllabus
    Summer 2017 Instructor: Unlisted/TBD View Syllabus
    Fall 2016 Instructor: Thurka Sangaramoorthy View Syllabus
    Spring 2016 Instructor: Christina Getrich
    Fall 2015 Instructor: Christina Getrich
ANTH263: Sexuality and Culture
An overview of sexuality from an anthropological perspective, looking at aspects of sexuality within our own culture and in cultures around the world. Course topics include the biology and culture of sex, gender, physical attraction, sexual orientation, marriage and mating taboos, fertility control, sexually transmitted diseases, and commercial aspects of sex
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    Summer 2017 Instructor: Cherneka Lane View Syllabus
    Fall 2015 Instructor: Cherneka Lane View Syllabus
ANTH266: Changing Climate, Changing Cultures
Explore past, present, and future interactions between humans and climate. Discussions, methods-oriented activities, and case study analyses provide students a foundation for appreciating the role of anthropology in understanding, responding to, and preparing for climate change.
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    Spring 2017 Instructor: L. Jen Shaffer View Syllabus
    Spring 2017 Instructor: L. Jen Shaffer View Syllabus
    Summer 2017 Instructor: Stanley Herman View Syllabus
    Fall 2015 Instructor: Katherine (Jo) Johnson View Syllabus
ANTH468P: Anthropology, War & Security
An examination of interactions between anthropologists and military and intelligence agencies, with attention to three particular periods in U.S. history. (1) World War II, when more than half of the nation’s anthropologists were utilizing their professional skills in some capacity to advance the war effort—gathering military intelligence, writing training documents, and working for government agencies. (2) The Cold War, during which time, American anthropologists again worked closely with the U.S.
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    Summer 2017 Instructor: Unlisted/TBD View Syllabus