Archaeology (ANTH)

ANTH:510 Archaeogeophysical Survey (3 Credits)

Prerequisite: permission. Advanced instruction in principles of subsurface geophysical survey techniques in archaeology. Emphasizes magnetic gradiometry and electrical resistivity techniques. Includes both laboratory and fieldwork. (Formerly 3240:510)

ANTH:516 Anthropology of Sex and Gender (3 Credits)

Prerequisite: Permission. This course explores cross-cultural variation regarding sex, gender and sexuality. It examines the ways that cultures create, maintain and reproduce gender concepts and gender relations. (Formerly 3230:516)

ANTH:520 The Anthropology of Food (3 Credits)

Prerequisite: Permission. Utilizing anthropological approaches and theories, this course explores the social relations and cultural beliefs associated with food cross-culturally. (Formerly 3230:520)

ANTH:550 Archaeological Field School (1-6 Credits)

Prerequisite: permission. A field-based course teaching basic archaeological techniques, mapping, excavation of prehistoric and historic sites, survey and documentation. (May be repeated for up to 6 credits). (Formerly 3240:550)

ANTH:557 Medical Anthropology (3 Credits)

Prerequisite: Permission of instructor. Analyzes various aspects of Western and non-Western medical systems from an anthropological perspective. Compares traditional medical systems around the world. (Formerly 3230:557)

ANTH:560 Qualitative Methods: Basis of Anthropological Research (4 Credits)

Prerequisite: ANTH 101. Provides hands-on experience in qualitative methods, including key informant interviewing, focus groups, and other methods. Includes the use of computer-based programs for rapid appraisal strategies. (Formerly 3230:560)

ANTH:697 Individual Investigation (1-3 Credits)

Prerequisites: Permission of instructor and chair of department. Intensive reading and/or research in student's chosen field of interest. Regular conferences with instructor. Preparation of a research paper. (Formerly 3230:697)