The course descriptions listed here are a subset of the Anthropology courses listed in the university catalog. The descriptions are to be used as examples as some topics within the course could change depending on the instructor. Please go to the Registrar website to see "How to Search for Classes" to get the list of courses being offered in the current semester.

 

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ANTH 4760 - Ethnography of Southeast Asia

ANTH 4760 Ethnography of Southeast Asia Professor Carla Jones Join us as we discover the anthropological scholarship on Southeast Asia, a region with some of the highest ethnic, linguistic, and cultural diversity in the world. From the Buddhist cosmological origins of modern Thailand to the gendered dynamics of market trade...

ANTH 4130- Advanced Osteology promo slide featuring skeletons

ANTH 4130 Advanced Osteology

Advanced Osteology provides an intensive introduction to human osteology and the methods used to interpret the human skeleton. Students will learn: bones and features of the human skeleton, fundamentals of aging, sexing, and individuating human skeletal remains, how to estimate stature, weight, and the extent possible, geographic ancestry, how to...

Prehispanic carved stone monument from the coast of Oaxaca, Mexico, depicting the merging of human and jaguar.

ANTH 7000-004 - Anthropological Approaches to Materiality

How do humans and other-than-humans co-exist? How is existence constituted through relations among a diversity of objects and beings? These questions have newly animated strains of scientific, humanistic, and post- humanist analysis over the past two decades. Join us to consider how these approaches differ and inform each other in...

https://www.colorado.edu/anthropology/2021/01/08/anth-7200-computational-methods-anthropology

ANTH 7020 - Computational Methods in Anthropology

Course Description Computational methods play a significant role in modern statistical data analysis due to the ever-increasing data sizes, complexity, and the evolution of more robust statistical analyses. This course is an introduction to the modern, computationally intensive methods in statistics focusing on data analysis and inference for anthropology. Course...

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