ANTH 230 - Cultural Anthropology

Credit Hours: Min: 3; Max:

Description: An introduction to the diversity of human behavior, organization, and worldviews, including religious practices, social organization, gender and kinship systems, art, and globalization. Students will learn and apply the theories and methods of anthropology to the identification of similarities and differences in humans across a variety of cultural groups. This course includes an ethnographic field research component.

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