Courses

ANTH-4045 (3) Introduction to Museum Anthropology

This courses traces the development of Anthropology and museums in America from late 19th century to present day. Students are encouraged to: explore museum theory and practice; think critically about the history of relations among Native Americans, Anthropology, and museums; consider the legacy of collecting and challenges of representing others; and, examine the interplay of Anthropology, material culture, and colonialism. ANTH 4045, ANTH 5045, and MUSM 5045 are the same course. Prerequisites: Restricted to students with 57-180 credits (Junior or Senior).