ANTH 100: History of Anthropological Thought and Practice
Historical overview of key individuals and central ideas influencing the practice of anthropology and the production of anthropological knowledge. Topics may include the disciplining of anthropology into related subfields; social evolutionism, historical particularism, British structural-functionalism; French structuralism; cultural ecology; sociobiology; symbolic and interpretive anthropology; feminist and other critiques of anthropology.
Prerequisite: ANTH 001 and (ANTH 003 or ANTH 005 ) or consent of instructor. Offered fall only. Discussion included.
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