ANTH 258 Selected Area Studies (4)
This course enables faculty and students to study a specific geographic or cultural area not normally covered in existing curricula. Anthropological perspectives will be applied to such topics as history, environment, family, religion, popular culture and the arts, and current issues in the area under study. Designation of specific area focus will be made at the time of the course offering. Foci, readings, and assignments will vary with instructor. May be repeated for credit with different area focus.
- General Education Requirement Fulfillment: Social Sciences; World Engagement: CV
- Offering: On demand
- Instructor: Staff