Featured Anthropology Courses
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.
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.
“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.
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.