A S : NS A S IQ : NSM Art : NSM View Sections L Primate Cognition This course investigates historical and current views regarding the cognitive capacities of nonhuman primates, and the extent to which these abilities are shared with humans. A S : SS, SD A S IQ : SSC, SD Arch : SSC EN : S View Sections L48 Anthro 419 Primate Behavior Discussion and analysis of recent research on the social behavior of nonhuman primates. Examples drawn from the.S. The last third of the course is devoted to the complex urban societies of ancient Africa, Egypt, Axum, Great Zimbabwe and Jenne Jeno. A S : SS, CD A S IQ : LCD, SSC Art : SSC BU : BA, IS EN : S View Sections L Food, Culture, and Power What should I eat today?
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When does "life" begin? A S IQ : SSC Arch : SSP Art : SSP EN : S View Sections L Biocultural Perspectives on Obesity and Nutrition From pink slime to red wine, causes and treatments for obesity are constantly in the headlines. This course is designed for upper-level anthropology students but will be particularly useful for those considering combining anthropology as a double-major or minor in a range of applied fields (business, engineering, social work, law, health and medicine). The Subcommittee is grateful for the generous support and solidarity of the Knights of Columbus. Topics will include multidisciplinary teamwork, practitioner capacity building, community action programming, policy development and ethical design.
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Students enrolled in the Global Health and Environment minor track must complete the anthropology minor requirements listed below as well as elective courses as outlined. Sample topics include: historical trajectories of deviance, deviance and criminology, social class and inequality, prison cultures, deviance and resistance, deviant personalities, forensic psychiatry, deviant. The fundamental goal of the course is to demonstrate that health is not merely a medical or biological phenomenon but more importantly the product of social, economic, political and environmental factors. This seemingly simple question transects the fields of health, environmental studies, economics, history, anthropology, religion, and many others. A S : SS A S IQ : LCD, SSC Arch : SSC Art : SSC BU : BA, IS EN : S View Sections L48 Anthro 190B Introduction to Archaeology Archaeology plays a critical and unique role in understanding the human past.
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Description: Rather than explicating Japan's relationship with the West, the course scrutinizes the "West" constructed within Japanese discourse, as both a racial/ethnic other and a cultural fantasy. Prerequisites: Undergraduate or graduate students in the anthropological, biological, and/or pre-medical sciences who have had at least one course in physical anthropology and/or biology, or consent of instructor.
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