ANTY - Anthropology

ANTY 101D. Anthropology and the Human Experience. 3 Credits. (3 Lec)

Comparative focus on human behavior and human cultural systems from the local to global levels. The nature and sources of diversity associated with the human experience are explored and reinforced using examples from archaeology, biological anthropology, cultural anthropology, and linguistics.

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2019 Summer Session10734801Second Half Session-ONLINEWEB -

ANTY 242D. Contemporary Japan. 3 Credits. (3 Lec) On Demand

Introduction to major political, economic, social and cultural issues in contemporary Japanese society. On-going legacy of WW II, re-emerging nationalism, and backlash against ideas and institutions of "post-war democracy". Citizen activism on these issues in and outside Japan.

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2019 Summer Session11334801First Half Session-ONLINEWEB -

ANTY 343. Popular Culture - Japan. 3 Credits. (3 Lec) On Demand.

PREREQUISITE: ANTY 225IS, or SOCI 374, or any course on Japan, or consent of instructor. This course examines socio-historical and political meanings of mass/popular culture in our everyday lives in personal, local and global contexts. There is an emphasis on materials originating from or related to Japan including manga, anime, music, performance arts, food, fashion, the internet, toys and television.

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2019 Summer Session11161801Second Half Session-- -

ANTY 467. Archaeology Field School. 1-9 Credits. (1-9 Lec; 9 cr max) On Demand

PREREQUISITE: ANTY 215IS or consent of instructor. A summer of archaeological field work at a location away from the University; training in excavation and laboratory methods. (Offered when funding available.).

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2019 Summer Session11335001Full Semester-- -

ANTY 495. Field Experience. 1-9 Credits. (1-9 Lec; 9 cr max) On Demand.

PREREQUISITE: ANTY 101D or consent of instructor. A summer of anthropological field work at a location away from the University; training in appropriate field methods. (Offered when funding available.).

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2019 Summer Session11261001Non-standard term dates 13-MAY-19 02-AUG-19-- -