Spring Semester 2015

  1. Anthropology (ANTH)

  2. Course Number Course Name Credits
  3. A101 *Intro to Anthropology 3.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.  M W    10:00AM-11:15AM
      BMH 116
      White, P 74

      CRN: 30297
      Section: 001
      Date Range: 01/12-05/02

      Introduction to fundamentals of the four subfields of anthropology: archaeology, cultural anthropology, biological anthropology and anthropological linguistics. The course introduces basic ideas, methods and findings of anthropology.
      Special Note: Recommended for majors and non-majors.

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    3.  M W    04:00PM-5:15PM
      BMH 116
      Ogilvie, K 74

      CRN: 30298
      Section: 002
      Date Range: 01/12-05/02

      Introduction to fundamentals of the four subfields of anthropology: archaeology, cultural anthropology, biological anthropology and anthropological linguistics. The course introduces basic ideas, methods and findings of anthropology.
      Special Note: Recommended for majors and non-majors.

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    4.  M      07:00PM-9:45PM
      BMH 116
      Holen, D 74

      CRN: 30299
      Section: 003
      Date Range: 01/12-05/02

      Introduction to fundamentals of the four subfields of anthropology: archaeology, cultural anthropology, biological anthropology and anthropological linguistics. The course introduces basic ideas, methods and findings of anthropology.
      Special Note: Recommended for majors and non-majors.

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    5.   T R   02:30PM-3:45PM
      BMH 116
      TBA 74

      CRN: 30300
      Section: 004
      Date Range: 01/12-05/02

      Introduction to fundamentals of the four subfields of anthropology: archaeology, cultural anthropology, biological anthropology and anthropological linguistics. The course introduces basic ideas, methods and findings of anthropology.
      Special Note: Recommended for majors and non-majors.

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    6.  M      06:30PM-9:25PM
      CHHS 205
      Holen, D 30

      CRN: 30301
      Section: 191
      Date Range: 01/12-05/02

      Introduction to fundamentals of the four subfields of anthropology: archaeology, cultural anthropology, biological anthropology and anthropological linguistics. The course introduces basic ideas, methods and findings of anthropology.
      Special Note: Recommended for majors and non-majors.

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    7.        
      DISTANCE
      Ogilvie, K 40

      CRN: 30302
      Section: 205
      Date Range: 01/12-05/02

      Introduction to fundamentals of the four subfields of anthropology: archaeology, cultural anthropology, biological anthropology and anthropological linguistics. The course introduces basic ideas, methods and findings of anthropology.
      Special Note: Recommended for majors and non-majors.

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    8.        
      DISTANCE
      Holen, D 40

      CRN: 39631
      Section: 206
      Date Range: 01/12-05/02

      Introduction to fundamentals of the four subfields of anthropology: archaeology, cultural anthropology, biological anthropology and anthropological linguistics. The course introduces basic ideas, methods and findings of anthropology.
      Special Note: Recommended for majors and non-majors.

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    9.  M W    06:30PM-7:45PM
      FSM 107
      Olmedo, K 32

      CRN: 38574
      Section: P11
      Date Range: 01/12-05/04

      Introduction to fundamentals of the four subfields of anthropology: archaeology, cultural anthropology, biological anthropology and anthropological linguistics. The course introduces basic ideas, methods and findings of anthropology.
      Special Note: Recommended for majors and non-majors.

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    10.   T     09:00AM-11:45AM
      FSM 107
      Mitchell, S 32

      CRN: 38606
      Section: P12
      Date Range: 01/12-05/04

      Introduction to fundamentals of the four subfields of anthropology: archaeology, cultural anthropology, biological anthropology and anthropological linguistics. The course introduces basic ideas, methods and findings of anthropology.
      Special Note: Recommended for majors and non-majors.

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    11.  M      10:15AM-12:55PM
      BYVW B104
      Knott, C 15

      CRN: 38812
      Section: R10
      Date Range: 01/12-05/04

      Introduction to fundamentals of the four subfields of anthropology: archaeology, cultural anthropology, biological anthropology and anthropological linguistics. The course introduces basic ideas, methods and findings of anthropology.
      Special Note: Recommended for majors and non-majors.

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    Introduction to fundamentals of the four subfields of anthropology: archaeology, cultural anthropology, biological anthropology and anthropological linguistics. The course introduces basic ideas, methods and findings of anthropology.
    Special Note: Recommended for majors and non-majors.

  4. A200 *Natives of Alaska 3.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.   T R   01:00PM-2:15PM
      BMH 235
      Carraher, S 47

      CRN: 30304
      Section: 001
      Date Range: 01/12-05/02

      Introduction to culture and history of Alaska Natives. Includes environmental settings, linguistic subdivisions, traditional sociocultural organization and subsistence patterns, contact with non-Native groups, and contemporary issues, including education, politics, and law.

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    3.   T R   04:00PM-5:15PM
      ADM 148
      Carraher, S 40

      CRN: 30305
      Section: 002
      Date Range: 01/12-05/02

      Introduction to culture and history of Alaska Natives. Includes environmental settings, linguistic subdivisions, traditional sociocultural organization and subsistence patterns, contact with non-Native groups, and contemporary issues, including education, politics, and law.

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    4.  M W    09:30AM-10:50AM
      ER 222
      Mitchell IV, D 12

      CRN: 38749
      Section: 191
      Date Range: 01/12-05/02

      Introduction to culture and history of Alaska Natives. Includes environmental settings, linguistic subdivisions, traditional sociocultural organization and subsistence patterns, contact with non-Native groups, and contemporary issues, including education, politics, and law.

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    5.  M W    09:30AM-10:50AM
      ER 222
      Mitchell IV, D 12

      CRN: 38751
      Section: 1M1
      Date Range: 01/12-05/02

      Introduction to culture and history of Alaska Natives. Includes environmental settings, linguistic subdivisions, traditional sociocultural organization and subsistence patterns, contact with non-Native groups, and contemporary issues, including education, politics, and law.

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    6.  M W    11:30AM-12:45PM
      WARD 108
      Lambourn, R 24

      CRN: 37477
      Section: I10
      Date Range: 01/12-05/04

      Introduction to culture and history of Alaska Natives. Includes environmental settings, linguistic subdivisions, traditional sociocultural organization and subsistence patterns, contact with non-Native groups, and contemporary issues, including education, politics, and law.

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    7.   T     05:30PM-8:15PM
      FSM 107
      Schwarzburg, L 32

      CRN: 38575
      Section: P11
      Date Range: 01/12-05/04

      Introduction to culture and history of Alaska Natives. Includes environmental settings, linguistic subdivisions, traditional sociocultural organization and subsistence patterns, contact with non-Native groups, and contemporary issues, including education, politics, and law.

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    Introduction to culture and history of Alaska Natives. Includes environmental settings, linguistic subdivisions, traditional sociocultural organization and subsistence patterns, contact with non-Native groups, and contemporary issues, including education, politics, and law.

  5. A202 *Cultural Anthropology 3.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.  M W    01:00PM-2:15PM
      ESH 203
      Carraher, S 47

      CRN: 30306
      Section: 001
      Date Range: 01/12-05/02

      Introduction to the methods, theories, and fundamental concepts in the study of cultural systems. Includes social relationships, economic organization, political systems, symbols and beliefs, and issues related to gender, power, world systems and colonialism, and the social construction of human lives.

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    3.   T R   11:30AM-12:45PM
      BMH 239
      Csoba DeHass, M 47

      CRN: 30307
      Section: 002
      Date Range: 01/12-05/02

      Introduction to the methods, theories, and fundamental concepts in the study of cultural systems. Includes social relationships, economic organization, political systems, symbols and beliefs, and issues related to gender, power, world systems and colonialism, and the social construction of human lives.

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    4.       S 09:00AM-12:30PM
      FORT
      Mason, R 15

      CRN: 38559
      Section: 169
      Date Range: 01/12-05/02

      Introduction to the methods, theories, and fundamental concepts in the study of cultural systems. Includes social relationships, economic organization, political systems, symbols and beliefs, and issues related to gender, power, world systems and colonialism, and the social construction of human lives.

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    5.        
      WEB BLBD
      Elam, J 25

      CRN: 30012
      Section: D1D
      Date Range: 01/12-05/02

      Introduction to the methods, theories, and fundamental concepts in the study of cultural systems. Includes social relationships, economic organization, political systems, symbols and beliefs, and issues related to gender, power, world systems and colonialism, and the social construction of human lives.

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    6.   T     01:00PM-3:45PM
      FSM 202
      Mitchell, S 32

      CRN: 38576
      Section: P11
      Date Range: 01/12-05/04

      Introduction to the methods, theories, and fundamental concepts in the study of cultural systems. Includes social relationships, economic organization, political systems, symbols and beliefs, and issues related to gender, power, world systems and colonialism, and the social construction of human lives.

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    7.        
      DISTANCE
      Ko, J 32

      CRN: 38577
      Section: PX1
      Date Range: 01/12-05/04

      Introduction to the methods, theories, and fundamental concepts in the study of cultural systems. Includes social relationships, economic organization, political systems, symbols and beliefs, and issues related to gender, power, world systems and colonialism, and the social construction of human lives.

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    8.    W    10:15AM-12:55PM
      BYVW B104
      Knott, C 15

      CRN: 37479
      Section: R10
      Date Range: 01/12-05/04

      Introduction to the methods, theories, and fundamental concepts in the study of cultural systems. Includes social relationships, economic organization, political systems, symbols and beliefs, and issues related to gender, power, world systems and colonialism, and the social construction of human lives.

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    Introduction to the methods, theories, and fundamental concepts in the study of cultural systems. Includes social relationships, economic organization, political systems, symbols and beliefs, and issues related to gender, power, world systems and colonialism, and the social construction of human lives.

  6. A205 Biological Anthropology 3.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.  M W    02:30PM-3:45PM
      BMH 119
      Harrod, R 30

      CRN: 30308
      Section: 001
      Date Range: 01/12-05/02

      Introduction to human behavior, genetics, classification and evolution with comparisons to other primates. Examines distribution, morphological and physiological adaptations of human populations.
      Special Note: Offered fall and spring semesters.

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    Introduction to human behavior, genetics, classification and evolution with comparisons to other primates. Examines distribution, morphological and physiological adaptations of human populations.
    Special Note: Offered fall and spring semesters.

  7. A211 Fundamentals of Archaeology 3.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.   T R   11:30AM-12:45PM
      BMH 119
      Grover, M 30

      CRN: 30309
      Section: 001
      Date Range: 01/12-05/02

      Introduction to basic concepts, theories and methods of archaeology with overview of historical development and major findings. Prepares students for archaeological field schools and more specialized courses.

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    Introduction to basic concepts, theories and methods of archaeology with overview of historical development and major findings. Prepares students for archaeological field schools and more specialized courses.

  8. A250 *Rise of Civilization 3.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.  M W    11:30AM-12:45PM
      BMH 116
      Harrod, R 74

      CRN: 30310
      Section: 001
      Date Range: 01/12-05/02

      Survey of the emergence of civilization in human cultural development. A foundation course covering biological emergence of modern humans, appearance of complex symbolic culture, domestication, urbanization, trade, ritual and ideology, and state formation. A comparative framework is used covering primary areas of civilization--Sumeria, Egypt, China, Indus River, Mesoamerica, South America--and secondary areas, including Southeast Asia, Japan, Africa, and North America.

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    3.   T R   10:00AM-11:15AM
      BMH 116
      Mitchell IV, D 74

      CRN: 30311
      Section: 002
      Date Range: 01/12-05/02

      Survey of the emergence of civilization in human cultural development. A foundation course covering biological emergence of modern humans, appearance of complex symbolic culture, domestication, urbanization, trade, ritual and ideology, and state formation. A comparative framework is used covering primary areas of civilization--Sumeria, Egypt, China, Indus River, Mesoamerica, South America--and secondary areas, including Southeast Asia, Japan, Africa, and North America.

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    4.   T R   05:30PM-6:45PM
      BMH 116
      Mitchell IV, D 74

      CRN: 30312
      Section: 003
      Date Range: 01/12-05/02

      Survey of the emergence of civilization in human cultural development. A foundation course covering biological emergence of modern humans, appearance of complex symbolic culture, domestication, urbanization, trade, ritual and ideology, and state formation. A comparative framework is used covering primary areas of civilization--Sumeria, Egypt, China, Indus River, Mesoamerica, South America--and secondary areas, including Southeast Asia, Japan, Africa, and North America.

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    5.  M W    02:30PM-3:45PM
      BMH 116
      TBA 74

      CRN: 30313
      Section: 004
      Date Range: 01/12-05/02

      Survey of the emergence of civilization in human cultural development. A foundation course covering biological emergence of modern humans, appearance of complex symbolic culture, domestication, urbanization, trade, ritual and ideology, and state formation. A comparative framework is used covering primary areas of civilization--Sumeria, Egypt, China, Indus River, Mesoamerica, South America--and secondary areas, including Southeast Asia, Japan, Africa, and North America.

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    6.   T     06:30PM-9:15PM
      ER 224
      Day, K 46

      CRN: 30316
      Section: 192
      Date Range: 01/12-05/02

      Survey of the emergence of civilization in human cultural development. A foundation course covering biological emergence of modern humans, appearance of complex symbolic culture, domestication, urbanization, trade, ritual and ideology, and state formation. A comparative framework is used covering primary areas of civilization--Sumeria, Egypt, China, Indus River, Mesoamerica, South America--and secondary areas, including Southeast Asia, Japan, Africa, and North America.

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    7.        
      DISTANCE
      Mason, R 35

      CRN: 36786
      Section: 201
      Date Range: 01/12-05/02

      Survey of the emergence of civilization in human cultural development. A foundation course covering biological emergence of modern humans, appearance of complex symbolic culture, domestication, urbanization, trade, ritual and ideology, and state formation. A comparative framework is used covering primary areas of civilization--Sumeria, Egypt, China, Indus River, Mesoamerica, South America--and secondary areas, including Southeast Asia, Japan, Africa, and North America.

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    8.        
      DISTANCE
      Holen, D 10

      CRN: 38563
      Section: 265
      Date Range: 01/12-05/02

      Survey of the emergence of civilization in human cultural development. A foundation course covering biological emergence of modern humans, appearance of complex symbolic culture, domestication, urbanization, trade, ritual and ideology, and state formation. A comparative framework is used covering primary areas of civilization--Sumeria, Egypt, China, Indus River, Mesoamerica, South America--and secondary areas, including Southeast Asia, Japan, Africa, and North America.

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    9.        
      WEB BLBD
      Elam, J 25

      CRN: 30013
      Section: D1D
      Date Range: 01/12-05/02

      Survey of the emergence of civilization in human cultural development. A foundation course covering biological emergence of modern humans, appearance of complex symbolic culture, domestication, urbanization, trade, ritual and ideology, and state formation. A comparative framework is used covering primary areas of civilization--Sumeria, Egypt, China, Indus River, Mesoamerica, South America--and secondary areas, including Southeast Asia, Japan, Africa, and North America.

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    10.   T R   01:00PM-2:15PM
      WARD 116
      Boraas, A 24

      CRN: 37484
      Section: I10
      Date Range: 01/12-05/04

      Survey of the emergence of civilization in human cultural development. A foundation course covering biological emergence of modern humans, appearance of complex symbolic culture, domestication, urbanization, trade, ritual and ideology, and state formation. A comparative framework is used covering primary areas of civilization--Sumeria, Egypt, China, Indus River, Mesoamerica, South America--and secondary areas, including Southeast Asia, Japan, Africa, and North America.

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    11.  M W    09:00AM-10:15AM
      FSM 103
      Kirk, K 39

      CRN: 38578
      Section: P11
      Date Range: 01/12-05/04

      Survey of the emergence of civilization in human cultural development. A foundation course covering biological emergence of modern humans, appearance of complex symbolic culture, domestication, urbanization, trade, ritual and ideology, and state formation. A comparative framework is used covering primary areas of civilization--Sumeria, Egypt, China, Indus River, Mesoamerica, South America--and secondary areas, including Southeast Asia, Japan, Africa, and North America.

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    12.        
      DISTANCE
      Day, K 32

      CRN: 38615
      Section: PX1
      Date Range: 01/12-05/04

      Survey of the emergence of civilization in human cultural development. A foundation course covering biological emergence of modern humans, appearance of complex symbolic culture, domestication, urbanization, trade, ritual and ideology, and state formation. A comparative framework is used covering primary areas of civilization--Sumeria, Egypt, China, Indus River, Mesoamerica, South America--and secondary areas, including Southeast Asia, Japan, Africa, and North America.

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    13.        
      WEB
      Knott, C 26

      CRN: 37486
      Section: RWB
      Date Range: 01/12-05/04

      Survey of the emergence of civilization in human cultural development. A foundation course covering biological emergence of modern humans, appearance of complex symbolic culture, domestication, urbanization, trade, ritual and ideology, and state formation. A comparative framework is used covering primary areas of civilization--Sumeria, Egypt, China, Indus River, Mesoamerica, South America--and secondary areas, including Southeast Asia, Japan, Africa, and North America.

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    Survey of the emergence of civilization in human cultural development. A foundation course covering biological emergence of modern humans, appearance of complex symbolic culture, domestication, urbanization, trade, ritual and ideology, and state formation. A comparative framework is used covering primary areas of civilization--Sumeria, Egypt, China, Indus River, Mesoamerica, South America--and secondary areas, including Southeast Asia, Japan, Africa, and North America.

  9. A354 *Culture and Ecology 3.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.   T R   01:00PM-2:15PM
      BMH 119
      Ogilvie, K 30

      CRN: 30318
      Section: 001
      Date Range: 01/12-05/02

      Anthropological approaches to the relationships between cultural and ecological systems. Culture as an adaptive system and the role of various cultural subsystems in different adaptations. Application of ecological concepts to human societies; impacts of environmental change on human societies, and impacts of human societies on environments; ethnoecology and traditional ecological knowledge of indigenous communities; values of nature among Western and non-Western societies; and political ecology in relation to the juxtaposition of indigenous peoples within contemporary nation-states.
      Registration Restrictions: Completion of GER Tier 1 (basic college-level skills) courses and junior standing.

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    Anthropological approaches to the relationships between cultural and ecological systems. Culture as an adaptive system and the role of various cultural subsystems in different adaptations. Application of ecological concepts to human societies; impacts of environmental change on human societies, and impacts of human societies on environments; ethnoecology and traditional ecological knowledge of indigenous communities; values of nature among Western and non-Western societies; and political ecology in relation to the juxtaposition of indigenous peoples within contemporary nation-states.
    Registration Restrictions: Completion of GER Tier 1 (basic college-level skills) courses and junior standing.

  10. A361 Language and Culture 3.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.  M W    10:00AM-11:15AM
      BMH 119
      Dannenberg, C 25

      CRN: 30320
      Section: 001
      Date Range: 01/12-05/02

      Study of the relationship between language and culture. Includes language variation, meaning in culture, taxonomies and phonemic principles.

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    Study of the relationship between language and culture. Includes language variation, meaning in culture, taxonomies and phonemic principles.

  11. A410 History of Anthropology 3.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.  M W    04:00PM-5:15PM
      BMH 119
      White, P 30

      CRN: 30321
      Section: 001
      Date Range: 01/12-05/02

      Development of the science of anthropology, stressing the leaders in the field and the theories developed.
      Registration Restrictions: 12 credits of Anthropology

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    Development of the science of anthropology, stressing the leaders in the field and the theories developed.
    Registration Restrictions: 12 credits of Anthropology

  12. A425 Archaeology of Identity 3.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.  M W    01:00PM-2:15PM
      BMH 119
      Hanson, D 34

      CRN: 38266
      Section: 001
      Date Range: 01/12-05/02

      Examination of gender, age, social status, and ethnicity using archaeological data.

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    Examination of gender, age, social status, and ethnicity using archaeological data.

  13. A427 Ethnohistory of AK Natives 3.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.  M W    02:30PM-3:45PM
      BMH 235
      Csoba DeHass, M 20

      CRN: 36781
      Section: 051
      Date Range: 01/12-05/02

      Examination of major changes in Alaskan Native societies from initial contact to 1940, through the integration of archaeological evidence, oral traditions, historical narratives and governmental documents.
      May be stacked with: ANTH A627

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    Examination of major changes in Alaskan Native societies from initial contact to 1940, through the integration of archaeological evidence, oral traditions, historical narratives and governmental documents.
    May be stacked with: ANTH A627

  14. A439 Athabascan Adaptations 3.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.   T R   02:30PM-3:45PM
      BMH 119
      Mitchell IV, D 34

      CRN: 36783
      Section: 001
      Date Range: 01/12-05/02

      Traditional and contemporary northern Athabascan cultures and their history in Alaska and Canada, with relevant information pertaining to Athabascans of the Pacific Northwest. Emphasis on environmental adaptations, commonalities and variations in cultural patterning, the impact of interactions with neighboring peoples and Europeans, and culture changes over time.

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    Traditional and contemporary northern Athabascan cultures and their history in Alaska and Canada, with relevant information pertaining to Athabascans of the Pacific Northwest. Emphasis on environmental adaptations, commonalities and variations in cultural patterning, the impact of interactions with neighboring peoples and Europeans, and culture changes over time.

  15. A457 Food/Nutrition: Anthro Perspec 3.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.   T R   10:00AM-11:15AM
      BMH 119
      Yesner, D 20

      CRN: 36784
      Section: 051
      Date Range: 01/12-05/02

      Relationship of human culture to food and nutrition. Includes the history of human diet and its relationship to biological and cultural evolution, contemporary human nutrition in cross-cultural perspective, dietary adequacy and nutritional pathology, food-getting and food-preparation technology, and relationship between food and population, gender, ideology and socioeconomic status.
      May be stacked with: ANTH A657

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    Relationship of human culture to food and nutrition. Includes the history of human diet and its relationship to biological and cultural evolution, contemporary human nutrition in cross-cultural perspective, dietary adequacy and nutritional pathology, food-getting and food-preparation technology, and relationship between food and population, gender, ideology and socioeconomic status.
    May be stacked with: ANTH A657

  16. A490 Selected Topics Anthropology 1.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.  M W    11:30AM-12:45PM
      RH 220
      Lowe, M 30

      CRN: 39632
      Section: 001
      Date Range: 01/12-05/02

      Topics in anthropology presented by members of the professional community.
      Special Note: May be repeated for credit with change of subtitle.
      Registration Restrictions: 12 credits in Anthropology

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    3.   T R   11:30AM-12:45PM
      WARD 116
      Knott, C 10

      CRN: 39087
      Section: I10
      Date Range: 01/12-05/04
      Section Title: Peoples and Cultures of Africa

      Topics in anthropology presented by members of the professional community.
      Special Note: May be repeated for credit with change of subtitle.
      Registration Restrictions: 12 credits in Anthropology

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    4.   T R   11:30AM-12:45PM
      PION P212
      Knott, C 8

      CRN: 39488
      Section: R10
      Date Range: 01/12-05/04
      Section Title: Peoples & Cultures of Africa

      Topics in anthropology presented by members of the professional community.
      Special Note: May be repeated for credit with change of subtitle.
      Registration Restrictions: 12 credits in Anthropology

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    Topics in anthropology presented by members of the professional community.
    Special Note: May be repeated for credit with change of subtitle.
    Registration Restrictions: 12 credits in Anthropology

  17. A495 Practicum in Anthropology 1.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.        
      ARR
      Hanson, D 20

      CRN: 30326
      Section: 001
      Date Range: 01/12-05/02

      Application of practical anthropological skills learned under the supervision of a professional anthropologist.
      Special Note: May be repeated once for credit.
      Registration Restrictions: 15 credit hours in Anthropology, permission of instructor of record, approval of agency mentor.

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    Application of practical anthropological skills learned under the supervision of a professional anthropologist.
    Special Note: May be repeated once for credit.
    Registration Restrictions: 15 credit hours in Anthropology, permission of instructor of record, approval of agency mentor.

  18. A605 Proseminar-Biological Anthro 3.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.   T     05:30PM-8:15PM
      BMH 241
      Harrod, R 15

      CRN: 30327
      Section: 001
      Date Range: 01/12-05/02

      Methods and techniques of and theoretical approaches to topics in biological anthropology. Includes the study of evolution, human genetics, primate biology and behavior, human evolution, and statistical interpretation of biological data.
      Registration Restrictions: Graduate standing; admission to the UAA Anthropology MA program.

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    Methods and techniques of and theoretical approaches to topics in biological anthropology. Includes the study of evolution, human genetics, primate biology and behavior, human evolution, and statistical interpretation of biological data.
    Registration Restrictions: Graduate standing; admission to the UAA Anthropology MA program.

  19. A627 Ethnohistory of AK Natives 3.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.  M W    02:30PM-3:45PM
      BMH 235
      Csoba DeHass, M 14

      CRN: 36782
      Section: 051
      Date Range: 01/12-05/02

      Examines major changes in Alaskan Native societies from initial contact through 1940, through the integration of archaeological evidence, oral traditions, historical narratives and governmental documents.
      Special Note: In addition to meeting all requirements for ANTH A427, graduate students will be required to prepare a research paper from primary sources (oral, written or both) and give a presentation of findings to the class. Not available to students who have taken ANTH A427.
      Registration Restrictions: Graduate standing
      May be stacked with: ANTH A427

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    Examines major changes in Alaskan Native societies from initial contact through 1940, through the integration of archaeological evidence, oral traditions, historical narratives and governmental documents.
    Special Note: In addition to meeting all requirements for ANTH A427, graduate students will be required to prepare a research paper from primary sources (oral, written or both) and give a presentation of findings to the class. Not available to students who have taken ANTH A427.
    Registration Restrictions: Graduate standing
    May be stacked with: ANTH A427

  20. A657 Nutritional Anthropology 3.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.   T R   10:00AM-11:15AM
      BMH 119
      Yesner, D 14

      CRN: 36785
      Section: 051
      Date Range: 01/12-05/02

      Relationship of human culture to food and nutrition. Includes the history of human diet and its relationship to biological and cultural evolution, contemporary human nutrition in cross-cultural perspective, dietary adequacy and nutritional pathology, food-getting and food-preparation technology, and relationship between food and population, gender, ideology and socioeconomic status.
      Special Note: In addition to meeting all requirements for ANTH A457, graduate students will be required to research the literature on a current topic in nutritional anthropology, and to submit an extensive, detailed paper summarizing their findings in a rigorous analytical framework. Additional class readings may also be assigned. Not available to students who have completed ANTH A457.
      Registration Restrictions: Graduate standing
      May be stacked with: ANTH A457

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    Relationship of human culture to food and nutrition. Includes the history of human diet and its relationship to biological and cultural evolution, contemporary human nutrition in cross-cultural perspective, dietary adequacy and nutritional pathology, food-getting and food-preparation technology, and relationship between food and population, gender, ideology and socioeconomic status.
    Special Note: In addition to meeting all requirements for ANTH A457, graduate students will be required to research the literature on a current topic in nutritional anthropology, and to submit an extensive, detailed paper summarizing their findings in a rigorous analytical framework. Additional class readings may also be assigned. Not available to students who have completed ANTH A457.
    Registration Restrictions: Graduate standing
    May be stacked with: ANTH A457

  21. A675 Cultural Resource Management 3.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.  M W    05:30PM-6:45PM
      BMH 117
      Hanson, D 12

      CRN: 36780
      Section: 001
      Date Range: 01/12-05/02

      An integrated anthropological perspective on historic preservation and the management of cultural resources in the United States. Includes the history of resource protection legislation, the design and implementation of cultural resource management projects, and applications of relevant cultural resource laws, including ethical issues.
      Registration Restrictions: Graduate standing.

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    An integrated anthropological perspective on historic preservation and the management of cultural resources in the United States. Includes the history of resource protection legislation, the design and implementation of cultural resource management projects, and applications of relevant cultural resource laws, including ethical issues.
    Registration Restrictions: Graduate standing.

  22. A695 Anthropology Practicum 3.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.        
      ARR
      Hanson, D 20

      CRN: 30330
      Section: 001
      Date Range: 01/12-05/02

      Anthropology practicum in the public or private sector. Emphasis on the application of anthropological skills under the supervision of a professional anthropologist.
      Special Note: The ANTH A615 prerequisite is designated for the Applied Cultural track in the Anthropology MA program, while the ANTH A675 prerequisite is designated for the Applied Archaeology (Cultural Resource Management) track in the Anthropology MA program.
      Registration Restrictions: Admission to the UAA Anthropology MA program.

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    Anthropology practicum in the public or private sector. Emphasis on the application of anthropological skills under the supervision of a professional anthropologist.
    Special Note: The ANTH A615 prerequisite is designated for the Applied Cultural track in the Anthropology MA program, while the ANTH A675 prerequisite is designated for the Applied Archaeology (Cultural Resource Management) track in the Anthropology MA program.
    Registration Restrictions: Admission to the UAA Anthropology MA program.

  23. A698 Individual Research 1.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.        
      ARR
      White, P 9

      CRN: 30335
      Section: 001
      Date Range: 01/12-05/02

      Supervised field, laboratory, and/or library research that precedes thesis writing.
      Special Note: Only 3 credits can be used to fulfill minimum 30-credit requirement for graduation. Course cannot be taken until other required non-thesis coursework is completed. May be repeated for a maximum of 18 credits.
      Registration Restrictions: Graduate standing; admission to the UAA Anthropology MA program and completion of non-thesis course requirements.

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    Supervised field, laboratory, and/or library research that precedes thesis writing.
    Special Note: Only 3 credits can be used to fulfill minimum 30-credit requirement for graduation. Course cannot be taken until other required non-thesis coursework is completed. May be repeated for a maximum of 18 credits.
    Registration Restrictions: Graduate standing; admission to the UAA Anthropology MA program and completion of non-thesis course requirements.

  24. A699 Thesis Research 1.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.        
      ARR
      Hanson, D 20

      CRN: 30336
      Section: 001
      Date Range: 01/12-05/02

      Independent research conducted under the supervision of a student's graduate committee.
      Special Note: Students may enroll for variable credit, but a total of 6 credits are required for graduation. Offered fall and spring semesters. May be repeated for a maximum of 6 credits.
      Registration Restrictions: Admission to the UAA Anthropology MA program; advancement to candidacy and permission of thesis chair required.

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    Independent research conducted under the supervision of a student's graduate committee.
    Special Note: Students may enroll for variable credit, but a total of 6 credits are required for graduation. Offered fall and spring semesters. May be repeated for a maximum of 6 credits.
    Registration Restrictions: Admission to the UAA Anthropology MA program; advancement to candidacy and permission of thesis chair required.

* - Course meets a GER requirement