Fall 2019

290: 001 Survey of Anthropological Research

Instructor: Cori Hayden

Term: Fall 2019

Time: M 2:00 pm - 3:59 pm

Units: 1

Room: 221 Kroeber

Required each term of all registered graduate students prior to their advancement to Ph.D. candidacy. 

280B: Africa

Instructor: Mariane Ferme

Term: Fall 2019

Time: W 3:00 pm- 5:59 pm

Room: 219 Kroeber

250X: 003 Seminars in Social and Cultural Anthropology

Instructor: Paul Rabinow

Term: Fall 2019

Time: W 10:00 am – 10:59am

Room: 221 Kroeber

240A: Fundamentals of Anthropological Theory

Instructor: Lawrence Cohen

Term: Fall 2019

Time: Tu, Th 2:00 pm - 4:59 pm 

Units: 5

Room: 221 Kroeber

230: 001 Special Topics: Geoarchaeology

Instructor: Lisa Maher

TermFall 2019

TimeW 10:00 am - 11:59 am

Units: 4

Room: 61 Barrows

229A: Archaeological Research Strategies

Instructor: Rosemary Joyce

Time: W 2:00 pm - 4:59 pm 

Units: 4

Room: 101 2251 College

Required for all first and second year graduate students in archaeology. Three hours of seminar discussion of major issues in the history and theory of archaeological research and practice (229A), and of the research strategies and design for various kinds of archaeological problems (229B). To be offered alternate semesters.

170: China

Instructor: Xin Liu

Term: Fall 2019

Time: M, W, F 11:00am – 11:59am

Chinese culture and society with an emphasis on the village level.

Room: 180 Tahn

Requirements Class Fulfills:

  • Meets Social & Behavioral Sciences, L&S Breadth
  • Meets International Studies, L&S Breadth

157: Anthropology of Law

Instructor: Laura Nader

Term: Fall 2019 

Time: Tu, Th 11:00 am - 12:29 pm 

Units: 4

Comparative survey of the ethnography of law; methods and concepts relevant to the comparative analysis of the forms and functions of law.

Requirements Course Fulfills

Social & Behavioral Sciences, L&S Breadth

Carceral Geographies Course Thread

Law & Humanities Course Thread 

140: The Anthropology of Food

Instructor: Christine Hastorf

Term: Fall 2017

Time: Tu, Th 9:30 am - 12:29 pm

Room: 101 2251 College 

This course examines the place of food in society and includes discussions of identity, taste, taboos, ritual, traditions, nationalism, health, alcohol use, civilizing society, globalism, and the global politics of food.