Spring 2018

137: Energy, Culture and Social Organization

Instructor: Laura Nader

Term: Spring 2018

Time: Tu, Th 9:30am - 10:59am

103C: Introduction to Osteology

Instructor: Timothy White

Term: Spring 2018

Time: M, W 9:00am - 11:59am

An intensive study of the human skeleton, reconstruction of individual and population characteristics, emphasizing methodology and analysis of human populations from archaeological and paleontological contexts, taphonomy, and paleopathology.

134: Analysis of the Archaeological Record

Instructor: Kent Lightfoot

Term: Spring 2018

Time: M 9:00am - 11:59am

Guidance in the preparation of excavated materials for publication, including sampling and analysis strategy, drawing, photography and write-up.

128: 002 Special Topics in Archaeology - The Anthropological Foundations of Modern Festivals

Instructor: Alexei Vranich

Term: Spring 2018

Time: Tu, Th 9:30 am - 10:59 am

Current topics in method and theory of archaeological research, varying with instructor.

Requirements Class Fulfills:

  • Meets Social & Behavioral Sciences, L&S Breadth

128: 001 Special Topics in Archaeology

Instructor: William White

Term: Spring 2018

Time: Tu, Th 2:00pm - 3:29pm

Current topics in method and theory of archaeological research, varying with instructor.

Requirements Class Fulfills:

  • Meets Social & Behavioral Sciences, L&S Breadth

123A: Old World Prehistory

Instructor: Lisa Maher

Term: Spring 2018

Time: Tu, Th 12:30pm -  1:59pm

115: Introduction to Medical Anthropology

Instructor: Adrienne Pine

Term: Spring 2018

Time: Tu, Th 3:30pm - 4:59pm

Cultural, psychological, and biological aspects of the definitions, causes, symptoms, and treatment of illness. Comparative study of medical systems, practitioners, and patients.

Requirements Class Fulfill:

  • Meets Social & Behavioral Sciences, L&S Breadth

114: History of Anthropological Thought

Instuctor: Stanley Brandes

Term: Spring 2018

Time: Tu, Th 9:30am - 10:59am

This course will present a history of anthropological thought from the mid-19th century to the present, and will draw upon the major subdisciplines of anthropology. It will focus both upon the integration of the anthropological subdisciplines and upon the relationships between these and other disciplines outside anthropology.

Requirements Class Fulfills: