ANTH 1115 Caribbean in post-colonial perspective map

ANTH 1115 The Caribbean in Post-Colonial Perspective

Feb. 26, 2018

This course introduces students to the varied peoples and cultures in the Caribbean region, including the historical, colonial, and contemporary political-economic contexts, as well as the religious, migratory, and other cultural practices. The Caribbean is composed of several islands united by the experiences of indigenous decimation, European colonization, and re-population...

ANTH 2100

ANTH 2100 Introduction to Cultural Anthropology

Feb. 26, 2018

What does it mean to think anthropologically? This course will provide an overview of the history and foundations of anthropological thought, with a special focus on the key method of anthropology: ethnography. Drawing on both classical and contemporary anthropological texts from a broad range of international settings, we will analyze...

ANTH Stonehenge

ANTH 2200 The Archaeology of Human History

Feb. 26, 2018

Where did human beings come from? How did we come to inhabit the world? Why don’t we eat wild foods anymore? How did complex urban societies rise and fall? All this and more….. Professor Douglas Bamforth See the University Catalog for specifics, recommendations, and prerequisites.

ANTH 3000

ANTH 3000 Primate Behavior

Feb. 26, 2018

While we humans tend to focus on ourselves, the goal of this course is to examine the natural history and behavior of your closest relatives, the nonhuman primates. Through lectures, streaming videos and web based materials, you will explore the diversity of primates from an evolutionary, biological and ecological perspective...

ANTH 4470 / 5470

ANTH 4470 / 5470 Practicum: Collections Research in Cultural Anthropology

Feb. 26, 2018

Designed as a practicum, this course will introduce students to research and practice in museum anthropology, utilizing our extensive anthropology collections in the CU Museum of Natural History. Students will conduct subject matter and collections research, engage in collaborative methods, and produce narrative stories for exhibit content development. Class time...

ANTH 4525

ANTH 4525 Global Islams

Feb. 26, 2018

Current popular, official and academic representations of Islam in the US frequently circulate two fundamentally opposite attributes of the religion and its associated culture: either Islam is provincial and hyper-traditional, or it is threateningly global and transnational. Both perceptions rest on the notion of Islam as singular, and as originating...

ANTH 5780 - Cultural

ANTH 5780 Core Course - Cultural Anthropology

Feb. 26, 2018

This course is an exploration of key theoretical readings in cultural anthropology from the foundations of anthropology in the 19 th century up to the late 1960s. Most of the materials we read are primary sources from one of the three major traditions in 20 th century anthropology – American...