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ANT 203 - General Anthropology

Description: The major problems, methods and findings of physical and cultural anthropology. Topics include: primate field studies, human origins, evolutionary processes, human variation, development of culture among early humans, interaction of nature, culture and society. SUNY GEN ED-GSBS; NCC GEN ED-SBS Offered: Fall, Spring, Summer

Credit Hours: 3
Department: Sociology

ANT 204 - Cultural Anthropology

Description: Explores cultures holistically in preindustrial and non-Western and Western societies. Topics include: ecology and environment, economic organization, kinship and marriage patterns, political organization, social structure, religious organization, rituals, ideas, values and world view. Other topics are culture contact, technological development, and culture change. SUNY GEN ED-GSBS; NCC GEN ED-SBS, PLDI, GLNW Offered: Fall, Spring, Summer

Credit Hours: 3
Department: Sociology

ANT 205 - Women and Men in Cross-Cultural Perspective

Prerequisites: SOC 201 or ANT 203 or permission of instructor.

Description: This course uses anthropological studies to understand women and men in different cultures around the world. Gender differences are explored from a cross-cultural perspective in relation to such topics as: kinship, work, power relations, religious beliefs, sexuality, life cycle, roles and status. SUNY GEN ED-GSBS; NCC GEN ED-PLDI, SBS, GLNW Offered: On Occassion

Credit Hours: 3
Department: Sociology