Classroom Delivery - Anth 101 Section 1

Sociocultural anthropologists examine social patterns and practices across cultures, with a special interest in how people live in particular places and create meaning. The goal of this course is to provide students with a basic understanding of the fundamental concepts used by Anthropologists in the study of human behaviour. Topics include the anthropological perspective; research methods; economies; expressive culture; religion; kinship and social relationships; illness and healing; and organization and power. Examples will be drawn from a variety of societies.

Classroom Delivery - Anth 101 Section 1

Sociocultural anthropologists examine social patterns and practices across cultures, with a special interest in how people live in particular places and create meaning. The goal of this course is to provide students with a basic understanding of the fundamental concepts used by Anthropologists in the study of human behaviour. Topics include the anthropological perspective; research methods; economies; expressive culture; religion; kinship and social relationships; illness and healing; and organization and power. Examples will be drawn from a variety of societies.

Classroom Delivery

This course provides a broad introduction to two of anthropology's sub-fields - physical anthropology and archaeology with a focus on how these sub-fields work together. During this course you will examine topics such as: the anthropological perspective; fieldwork and research methods; evolutionary theory; living primates; hominid evolution; archaic and modern Homo sapiens; human variation, and the origins of food production, settled life, and cities. Examples will be drawn from different cultures to explore these topics.