Courses

Ant/Soc Course Offerings

Current Class Schedules
Major requirements
Minor requirements
 


Introductions

ANT 110: Introduction to Cultural Anthropology

Fulfills General Education Requirement
SYLLABUS (PASSARIELLO)

SOC 110: Introduction to Sociology

Fulfills General Education Requirement
SYLLABUS (WESTON)

SYLLABUS (GOODRUM)

Both
ANT:
ANT 110
 
SOC:
SOC 110
 

Sophomore Courses

ANT 120 : Introduction to Physical Anthropology

Fulfills General Education Requirement

SOC 120 : Social Structure

SYLLABUS (WESTON)

Either one
ANT:
ANT 120

SOC:
SOC 120
 

Methods

It is strongly recommended that this requirement be fulfilled before taking 300-500 level electives

ANT/SOC 301: Field Methods


ANT/SOC 302: Classics of Ethnography

ANT/SOC 305: Social Research

SYLLABUS (GOODRUM)


ANT 307 Feminist Ethnography and Methodology


ANT 360: GIS and the Environment


ANT 380: Archaeology: Theory and Practice

SYLLABUS (CUTRIGHT)

Any one
ANT:
any one

SOC: 305 or 303 or 306 (see below)
 

Theory

It is strongly recommended that this requirement be fulfilled before taking 300-500 level electives

ANT 304: History of Anthropological Thought

SOC 303: Macrosociological Theory

SYLLABUS (WESTON)

SOC 306: Microsociological Theory

SYLLABUS (GOODRUM)

Any one 
ANT:
none required

SOC:
303 or 306
 

Advanced 

Seminar

ANT/SOC 500: Advanced Seminar Options:

 

Recent Seminar Topics:

Human Evolution

[Nyerges]


Contested Issues

[Passariello]


Race, Class, and Gender

[Abrams]


 

 

 

Law and Policy

SYLLABUS (GOODRUM)


Class Culture

SYLLABUS (WESTON)

 Any one

 

Electives

(recent offerings)

Anthropology

 

ANT 310 Cultural Linguistics


ANT 320 The Anthropology of Tourism


ANT 321 Anthropology of Development


ANT 332 Men and Masculinities


ANT 333 Woman, Body, Culture

ANT 335 Race and Ethnicity (also SOC 320)


ANT 336 Blackness in the Americas


ANT 340 Introduction to Folklore


ANT 350 Ecological Anthropology


ANT 360 GIS and the Environment


ANT 381 Archaeology, Prehistory and Ancient Civilizations


ANT 382 An Archaeologist Looks at Death


ANT 391 Native Peoples of North America


ANT 393 The Maya


 Sociology

 

SOC 103 Introduction to Family LIfe

SOC 310 The Sociology of Family Life


SOC 320 Race and Ethnicity (also ANT 335)

SOC 344 Sociology of American Religion

SOC 350 Criminology

SOC 351 Sociology of Law

SOC 360 Social Psychology (also PSY 360)

SOC 380 Death and Dying

SOC 393 Mexican Society And History


SOC 255/455 Australian National Identity
Four additional anthropology or sociology courses (at least three numbered 300 or above).ANT:
3  additional ANT courses 300 or higher

SOC:
3 additional SOC courses 300 or higher; MAT 130 [Statistics] may substitute for one elective
 Other Courses Taught by Members of the Anthropology and Sociology Program

FYS 138 The Café and Public Life (Weston)

LAS 210 Introduction to Latin American Studies (Cutright)

ENS 210 Introduction to Environmental Studies (Nyerges)

GNS 210 Introduction to Gender Studies (Abrams, Goodrum)