600 Level Courses & Syllabi
ANTH 601 Research (1-16 credits).
ANTH 602 Supervised College Teaching (1-5 credits).
ANTH 603 Dissertation (1-16 credits).
ANTH 605 Reading and Conference (1-16 credits).
ANTH 606 Special Problems (1-16 credits).
ANTH 607 Seminar (1-5 credits).
ANTH 608 Workshop (1-16 credits).
ANTH 609 Practicum (1-16 credits).
ANTH 610 Experimental Course (1-5 credits).
ANTH 611 Ethnographic Research: Epistemology, Methods, Ethics (4 credits). Various techniques in ethnographic research. Examines the relationships between methods, theory, and ethics. Stephen, Silverman.
ANTH 615 Proseminar in Anthropology (2 credits). Presents the department’s structure, program, and faculty; introduces research, writing, and funding resources. Director of Graduate Studies.
ANTH 680 Basic Graduate Physical Anthropology (5 credits). Introduction to major subfields of physical anthropology; geochronology, primate classification, paleoprimatology, paleoanthropology, human biology and diversity, processes of evolution, and primate ethology.Frost
ANTH 681 Archaeology and Anthropology (5 credits). Use by archaeologists of concepts drawn from anthropology; modifications and additions made necessary by the nature of archaeological data. Moss
ANTH 683 Anthropological Linguistics (5 credits). Topics include linguistic relativity; language, cognition, and social practice; distinctiveness of human language; role of reference in linguistic structures; creation of social and cultural forms. Scher.
ANTH 685 Professional Writing (2-4 credits). Basics of professional writing for grant proposals, journal articles, and papers presented at professional meetings. Requires short proposal, longer proposal or article, and workshop participation. <a
ANTH 688 Social Theory I (5 credits). Social theory survey organized around keywords: colonialism-postcolonialism, meaning, materiality-materialism, local-national-global, structure-agency-history, power, and difference. Scher, Silverman.
ANTH 689 Social Theory II (5 credits). Social theory survey organized around keywords: colonialism-postcolonialism, meaning, materiality-materialism, local-national-global, structure-agency-history, power, and difference. Karim, Scher , Biersack