Foundations of Anthropological Thought
0.5 Credit

Hours per week:
  • Lecture/Discussion: 3

This course surveys various approaches to anthropological thought in order to enable students to identify continuities in a shared conceptual core. Taking the key ideas of evolution, culture, function, structure, and relativism as its focus, this course engages students in central debates within anthropology that are at the foundation of thinking in the discipline. The content of this course complements the examination of contemporary ideas in AN200.

Additional Course Information
One of AN100, AN110 or AN120 (or the former AN101).