2019-2020 Undergraduate Catalog

AN 110 Human Cultural Diversity

The aim of this course is for students to develop an anthropological imagination and understand its relevance for living in the contemporary world. An anthropological imagination involves cultivating an interest in and an understanding of the unity, diversity, and development of human biology, society, and culture. As an introduction to the study of human cultural diversity, this course emphasizes the concept of culture, human sociocultural variation, and patterns of sociocultural change in contemporary human societies. 

A prerequisite to AN 250; SO 372 and SO 382

Credits

3