Anthropology

Anthropology Courses by Subfield

Courses listed under 3330/31, 4191/92/93, 4291/92/93, 4350/51/52, 4381 or 4390/91/92/93 may count for any of the subfields, depending on the topic. For a complete list of undergraduate courses being offered this fall, please click here. For the current listing of our Summer courses, please click here.

Subfield: General

  • 1321 Introduction to Anthropology
  • 4399 Integrated Themes 
  • 5334 History of Anthropology Part I 
  • 5335 History of Anthropology Part II 

Subfield I: Archaeology

  • 2302 People of the Earth: Humanity's First Five Million Years
  • 2463 The Science of Our Past
  • 2380 Cultures at Risk: Human Rights and Heritage Today 
  • 3304 North American Archaeology 
  • 3312 Meso-American Archaeology
  • 3313 South American Indians of the Past & Present 
  • 3314 Peoples of Africa
  • 3315 Origins of Civilization
  • 3316 Cultures of the Pacific Islands
  • 3317 Peoples of Southeast Asia
  • 3318 Life in the Ancient Southwest 
  • 3319 Human Ecology
  • 3321 Ancient Hawaii
  • 3323 East Asia in Motion
  • 3334 Fantastic Archaeology and Pseudoscience 
  • 3351 Forensic Anthropology: Stories Told by Bones
  • 3353 Indians of North America
  • 3358 Indians of the Southwest
  • 3365 The Rise and Fall of Super Powers 
  • 3374 Cultures and Environments of the Southwest
  • 3384 Paradise Lost 
  • 3388 Warfare and Violence
  • 3390 The Plundered Past
  • 3399 Ice Age Americans 
  • 4300 World Archaeology 
  • 4325 Introduction to Osteology I
  • 4333 Laboratory Methods in Archaeology
  • 4346 Environmental Anthropology and Development
  • 4385 Pacific Island Archaeology
  • 4386 The Archaeology of Gender and Sexuality
  • 5310 Human Osteology
  • 5381 Field Methods in Archaeology
  • 5382 Field Methods in Archaeology
  • 5681 Field Methods in Archaeology

Subfield II: Cultural/Social Anthropology

  • 2301 Introductory Cultural Anthropology 
  • 3301 Health, Healing, and Ethics: Cross-Cultural Perspectives on Sickness and Society* 
  • 3303 Psychological Anthropology* 
  • 3304 North American Archaeology
  • 3306 Introduction to Medical Anthropology* 
  • 3310 Gender and Sex Roles: A Global Perspective 
  • 3311 Mexico: From Conquest to Cancun 
  • 3312 Meso-American Archaeology
  • 3313 South American Indians: Past and Present 
  • 3314 Peoples of Africa
  • 3315 Origins of Civilization 
  • 3316 Cultures of the Pacific Islands 
  • 3317 Peoples of Southeast Asia
  • 3318 Life in the Ancient Southwest 
  • 3319 Human Ecology
  • 3321 Ancient Hawaii
  • 3323 East Asia in Motion
  • 3328 Gender Violence* 
  • 3329 Contesting Development 
  • 3333 The Immigrants Experience 
  • 3334 Fantastic Archaeology and Pseudoscience 
  • 3336 Gender & Globalization: Cultural and Ethical Issues 
  • 3344 Cultural Aspects of Business
  • 3345 Introduction to Ethnographic Methods
  • 3346 Culture and Diversity in American Life 
  • 3348 Health as a Human Right* 
  • 3350 Good Eats & Forbidden Flesh* 
  • 3353 Indians of North America 
  • 3354 Latin America: Peoples, Places, and Power 
  • 3355 Society and Culture in Contemporary Europe
  • 3358 Indians of the Southwest
  • 3359 Peoples and Cultures of the Middle East
  • 3366 Magic, Myth, and Religion Across Cultures 
  • 3368 Global Urbanism 
  • 3374 Cultures and Environments of the Southwest
  • 3385 Sustainable Living 
  • 3388 Warfare and Violence
  • 3399 Ice Age Americans 
  • 4303 Political Economy of Health*
  • 4304 Migration & Ethnicity
  • 4305 Applied Anthropology 
  • 4307 Global and Public Health* 
  • 4309 Human Rights, Indigenous Peoples, and Nation States
  • 4343 Biomedicine, Culture and Power* 
  • 4344 Global Population Processes: Anthropological Perspectives*
  • 4345 Creating Global and Public Health Impact*
  • 4346 Environmental Anthropology and Development
  • 4384 Global Issues & Development: An Overview
  • 5336 Health in Cross-Cultural Perspective* 
  • 5344 Research Methods in Ethnology 

Subfield III: Anthropological Linguistics

  • 3361 Language in Culture and Society 

Subfield IV: Physical Anthropology

  • 2415 Human Evolution 
  • 3302 Monkeys and Apes: The Nonhuman Primates 
  • 3307 Introduction to Biological Anthropology
  • 3350 Good Eats & Forbidden Flesh* 
  • 3351 Forensic Anthropology: Stories Told by Bones* 
  • 4336 Concepts of Evolution: A History 
  • 4377 The Human Fossil Record
  • 5310 Human Osteology: Biology of the Human Skeleton*

* These courses are electives under Biomedical Anthropology.