Featured Anthropology Courses
Anth 204: Archaeology
Archaeology is a leading science for the study of prehistoric human cultures, and plays a critical role in understanding historic cultures as well. ANTH 204 shows how archaeology opens a window (or windows) on our shared human past.
Anth 310: Race, Culture, Identity
The course focuses on the concept of race--a key element in the social science and historical literature as well as a primary marker in the organization of American life. Note: Cross-listed with PAS 368.
Anth 301: Anthropology of Sacred Sites: Exploring the Roots of Religion
“Archaeology of Sacred Sites” is a course that will give students the opportunity to study religions through the material remains of past cultures, which have been excavated, conserved, and interpreted by archaeologists.
Anth 319: Cultures of the Middle East
This course examines the anthropological literature on the Middle East region to identify, probe, and analyze socio-cultural patterns and processes across a broad region of considerable complexity.