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Class Schedule For Anthropology - Spring2022

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ANTH 1 - Intro to Biological Anth (3 Units)

Covers the concepts, methods of inquiry, and theory of biological evolution and their application to the human species. There is a specific focus on molecular, Mendelian and population genetics, mechanisms of evolution, primatology, paleoanthropology, biocultural adaptations, and human variation. The scientific method serves as the foundation to the course.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for ANTH 1 Section 01 35140 1 Lecture 55/5 MWF BNC1025 0800AM-0850AM Rauch,Kristin L B2
02 book for ANTH 1 Section 02 35233 1 Lecture 55/4 MWF BNC1025 0900AM-0950AM Rauch,Kristin L B2
03 book for ANTH 1 Section 03 35141 1 Lecture 55/0 MW ARC1011 1030AM-1145AM Sullivan,Roger B2,TV
04 book for ANTH 1 Section 04 35142 1 Lecture 55/1 WEBONLINE - Sullivan,Roger B2,FL
05 book for ANTH 1 Section 05 35176 1 Lecture 55/0 WEBONLINE - Scarry,Clara B2,FL
06 book for ANTH 1 Section 06 35232 1 Lecture 55/0 WEBONLINE - Scarry,Clara B2,FL
07 book for ANTH 1 Section 07 35240 1 Lecture 123/6 MW AMD150 0300PM-0415PM Hens,Samantha M B2
08 book for ANTH 1 Section 08 35523 1 Lecture 55/4 TR ARC1011 1200PM-0115PM Crandall,James M B2,TV
09 book for ANTH 1 Section 09 35522 1 Lecture 55/0 WEBONLINE - Crandall,James M B2,FL

ANTH 1A - Biological Anth Lab (1 Units)

Designed to familiarize the student with the materials and techniques of physical anthropology. Includes human and other primate osteology, anthropometric techniques, and allied methods in the gathering and analysis of physical anthropological data. Through working with the departmental collection of fossil casts and a wide variety of charts and models, the student also becomes familiar with the stages of human and primate evolution.

Prerequisite: ANTH 1 (may be taken concurrently)

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for ANTH 1A Section 01 35100 1 Laboratory 24/2 MW DLN2012 0900AM-1015AM Gilmore,Cassandra B2,B3
02 book for ANTH 1A Section 02 36982 1 Laboratory 24/1 MW DLN2012 1030AM-1145AM Gilmore,Cassandra B2,B3
03 book for ANTH 1A Section 03 35097 1 Laboratory 24/2 MW DLN2012 1200PM-0115PM Gilmore,Cassandra B2,B3
04 book for ANTH 1A Section 04 35098 1 Laboratory 24/1 MW MND4011 0130PM-0245PM Rauch,Kristin L B2,B3
05 book for ANTH 1A Section 05 35099 1 Laboratory 24/1 MW DLN2012 0300PM-0415PM Gilmore,Cassandra B2,B3
06 book for ANTH 1A Section 06 35291 1 Laboratory 24/0 TR MND4011 1030AM-1145AM Rauch,Kristin L B2,B3
07 book for ANTH 1A Section 07 35102 1 Laboratory 24/2 TR MND4011 1200PM-0115PM Rauch,Kristin L B2,B3
08 book for ANTH 1A Section 08 35234 1 Laboratory 24/0 TR MND4011 0130PM-0245PM Thompson,Janel D B2,B3
09 book for ANTH 1A Section 09 35101 1 Laboratory 24/1 TR MND4011 0300PM-0415PM Thompson,Janel D B2,B3
10 book for ANTH 1A Section 10 36333 1 Laboratory 24/3 TR MND4011 0430PM-0545PM Thompson,Janel D B2,B3
11 book for ANTH 1A Section 11 36334 1 Laboratory 24/2 F MND4011 0900AM-1150AM Thompson,Janel D B2,B3
12 book for ANTH 1A Section 12 36981 1 Laboratory 24/3 F MND4011 0100PM-0350PM Thompson,Janel D B2,B3
13 book for ANTH 1A Section 13 36983 1 Laboratory 24/1 TR DLN2012 0130PM-0245PM Delgadillo,Marisol B2,B3
14 book for ANTH 1A Section 14 36984 1 Laboratory 24/2 TR DLN2012 0300PM-0415PM Delgadillo,Marisol B2,B3
15 book for ANTH 1A Section 15 36985 1 Laboratory 24/3 TR DLN2012 0430PM-0545PM Delgadillo,Marisol B2,B3

ANTH 2 - Intro Cultural Anthro (3 Units)

Introduction to anthropological approaches in the study of people and cultures. Using ethnographic case studies, the course contributes to a critical understanding of continuity and diversity in peoples' lifestyles, social institutions, and cultural practices in different societies around the world. The course also examines the impact of political, economic, and social changes, such as colonization, decolonization, and globalization on people and cultures over the last century.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for ANTH 2 Section 01 35525 1 Lecture 55/15 MWF MND3011 1000AM-1050AM Walker,Michael Madison GE AREA D
02 book for ANTH 2 Section 02 35526 1 Lecture 55/18 MWF MND3011 1100AM-1150AM Walker,Michael Madison GE AREA D
03 book for ANTH 2 Section 03 35527 1 Lecture 55/0 MW MND3011 1200PM-0115PM Castaneda,Terri A GE AREA D
04 book for ANTH 2 Section 04 35528 1 Lecture 55/5 MW MND3011 0130PM-0245PM Castaneda,Terri A GE AREA D
05 book for ANTH 2 Section 05 35529 1 Lecture 55/0 TR WEBONLINE 0900AM-1015AM Raschig,Megan FL,GE AREA D
06 book for ANTH 2 Section 06 36349 1 Lecture 55/0 WEBONLINE - Tiley,Michelle M FL,GE AREA D

ANTH 3 - Intro To Archaeology (3 Units)

Introduces students to the methods and theories used by archaeologists to find, recover, and interpret such remains in an effort to reconstruct and understand the lives of earlier peoples. The class uses archaeological case studies, films, and hands-on examples of tools and other artifacts produced by simple stone age hunters and more complex civilizations that lived in California and other parts of the world.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for ANTH 3 Section 01 35284 1 Lecture 55/7 TR CLV145 1030AM-1145AM Stevens,Nathan E GE AREA D
02 book for ANTH 3 Section 02 35202 1 Lecture 55/0 WEBONLINE - Stevens,Nathan E FL,GE AREA D

ANTH 4 - Lang,Cult+Critcl Thinking (3 Units)

Introduction to the abstract and formal structures of language and cultural dimensions of human communication via major linguistic anthropological concepts, theoretical assumptions, and methodologies. Addresses the logical, formal relationship between underlying rules of natural languages while critically analyzing how speakers from different cultures use language to convey complex social and cultural information. Course illuminates how language is used to create and reinforce relationships of power (race, class, gender); develops ability to recognize linguistic fallacies; and instructs in basic critical thinking skills.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for ANTH 4 Section 01 35096 1 Lecture 55/16 MW CLV145 1200PM-0115PM Spreng,Elizabeth Anne A3
02 book for ANTH 4 Section 02 35203 1 Lecture 55/14 MW MND3011 0430PM-0545PM Loring,Ariel F A3
03 book for ANTH 4 Section 03 35534 1 Lecture 55/2 TR MND3011 1200PM-0115PM Flamenbaum,Rachel A3
04 book for ANTH 4 Section 04 36350 1 Lecture 55/7 TR MND3011 0130PM-0245PM Flamenbaum,Rachel A3

ANTH 13 - Magic,Witchcraft+Religion (3 Units)

Cross-cultural study of the forms and functions of supernatural beliefs and associated rituals in various societies of Africa, Asia, aboriginal Australia, Oceania, South America, native North America and elsewhere. Emphasis is on understanding beliefs and rituals within given social contexts, and using broad comparisons to derive insight into the general functions of beliefs and rituals in human life.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for ANTH 13 Section 01 35069 1 Lecture 55/0 WEBONLINE - Murphy,Liam D FL,HUM (C2)
02 book for ANTH 13 Section 02 35204 1 Lecture 55/0 WEBONLINE - Murphy,Liam D FL,HUM (C2)
03 book for ANTH 13 Section 03 35205 1 Lecture 55/3 WEBONLINE - Cheshire,Tamara C FL,HUM (C2)
04 book for ANTH 13 Section 04 35206 1 Lecture 55/0 TR MND3011 0900AM-1015AM Tiley,Michelle M HUM (C2)
05 book for ANTH 13 Section 05 35533 1 Lecture 55/0 TR MND3011 0300PM-0415PM Tiley,Michelle M HUM (C2)
06 book for ANTH 13 Section 06 36351 1 Lecture 55/1 WEBONLINE - Cheshire,Tamara C FL,HUM (C2)

ANTH 101 - Cultural Diversity (3 Units)

Focuses on analyzing the historically conditioned political, economic and social factors that have contributed to cultural diversity in the U.S; a critical anthropological approach is developed to explore the intersection of race, class, gender, ethnicity and sexuality; the political economy of institutions and ideas, such as racism, classism, sexual stereotyping, family, religion, state, color-blindness, multiculturalism, etc.; and, discourses of cultural diversity in the U.S.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for ANTH 101 Section 01 35121 1 Lecture 80/9 WEBONLINE - Trichur,Raghu S FL,GE AREA D,RE,US HISTORY
02 book for ANTH 101 Section 02 35207 1 Lecture 55/0 WEBONLINE - Roberts,Michelle FL,GE AREA D,RE,US HISTORY
03 book for ANTH 101 Section 03 35208 1 Lecture 55/0 WEBONLINE - Roberts,Michelle FL,GE AREA D,RE,US HISTORY
05 book for ANTH 101 Section 05 35283 1 Lecture 55/4 MW MND3011 0300PM-0415PM Spreng,Elizabeth Anne GE AREA D,RE,US HISTORY
06 book for ANTH 101 Section 06 35254 1 Lecture 55/2 R ALP235 0900AM-1015AM Barata,Data D GE AREA D,HY,RE,US HISTORY
06 book for ANTH 101 Section 06 35254 1 Lecture 55/2 WEBONLINE - Barata,Data D GE AREA D,HY,RE,US HISTORY
07 book for ANTH 101 Section 07 35335 1 Lecture 55/5 R ALP235 1030AM-1145AM Barata,Data D GE AREA D,HY,RE,US HISTORY
07 book for ANTH 101 Section 07 35335 1 Lecture 55/5 WEBONLINE - Barata,Data D GE AREA D,HY,RE,US HISTORY

ANTH 102 - The Nature of Culture (3 Units)

An upper division general introduction to cultural anthropology. Divided into two major parts: a survey of theories, methods and concepts of cultural anthropology, and an introduction to applied cultural anthropology.

Prerequisite: GWAR certification before Fall 09; or WPJ score of 80+; or 3-unit placement in ENGL 109M or ENGL 109W; or 4-unit placement in ENGL 109M or ENGL 109W and co-enrollment in ENGL 109X; or WPJ score 70 or 71 and co-enrollment in ENGL 109X.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for ANTH 102 Section 01 35540 1 Lecture 35/0 TR CLV145 0130PM-0245PM Tiley,Michelle M GE AREA D,WI

ANTH 108 - Economic Anthropology (3 Units)

Examines the fundamentals of economic anthropology through a focus on production, exchange, and consumption in a range of historical and ethnographic contexts. Introduces different frameworks for theorizing the economy and explaining human behavior and decision-making. Addresses central questions and issues in cultural anthropology on the origins of value, wealth and social stratification, the meanings of work, gift exchange and reciprocity, property regimes, morality and debt, marketing and desire.

Prerequisite: ANTH 146 or instructor permission.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for ANTH 108 Section 01 36342 1 Seminar 30/1 MW MND4008 0130PM-0245PM Walker,Michael Madison

ANTH 109 - Ecol+Evoltnry Apprch Anth (3 Units)

Survey of anthropological research regarding the relationships between human behavior, ecology, and evolution. Reviews historic development of research in this field, and contrasts approaches based in ecological and evolutionary theory. Reviews and evaluates of case studies. Topics include hunter-gatherer and hominid economy and social organization, foraging theory, work effort, population growth and regulation, origins of agriculture, warfare, ritual and resource conservation, and origins of complex society.

Prerequisite: ANTH 3

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for ANTH 109 Section 01 36339 1 Discussion 30/2 TR MND4008 1030AM-1145AM Zeanah,David W

ANTH 112 - Great Basin Archaeology (3 Units)

Explores the cultural and natural history of the Great Basin from the last glacial maximum into the historic era. Though largely arid, this region in fact manifests considerable environmental variability and has seen significant climatic alterations since the Pleistocene. Human occupation of the Great Basin witnessed major changes in demography, technology, subsistence practices, and sociopolitical organization over the last 10-12,000 years. The course looks to understand cultural and environmental variability across the region through examination of the long-term material record and consideration of anthropological and biological models.

Prerequisite: ANTH 3

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for ANTH 112 Section 01 35587 1 Seminar 30/0 TR MND4008 0130PM-0245PM Delacorte,Michael

ANTH 117 - World Prehistory (3 Units)

Covers human prehistory, from the emergence of culture through the domestication of plants and animals, and the origins of complex societies. Included are major cultural developments on every continent, emphasizing similarities and differences in the nature and timing of key technological, cultural, and sociological changes. Methodologies for learning about the past, major archaeological discoveries, important personalities, and contributions to the modern world are discussed in the context of understanding the strengths of a scientific approach to understanding the human past.

Prerequisite: Any lower-division Area B2 GE course

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for ANTH 117 Section 01 35332 1 Lecture 55/0 TR ALP235 0130PM-0245PM Zeanah,David W B5
02 book for ANTH 117 Section 02 35579 1 Lecture 55/1 TR ALP235 0300PM-0415PM Zeanah,David W B5

ANTH 118 - The Anthropocene (3 Units)

Designed to challenge students to critically evaluate past human relationships with their environment at the local, regional, and global scale over the past 10,000 years. The diachronic perspective of the course provides students with a broader understanding of contemporary challenges, such as anthropogenic climate change and declining biodiversity, that is rooted in our prehistoric past.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for ANTH 118 Section 01 35546 1 Lecture 80/8 MW BNC1025 0130PM-0245PM Fisher,Jacob L B5

ANTH 121 - Archaeology of Mexico (3 Units)

Provides an upper division introduction to the archeology of Mesoamerica for students not majoring in anthropology. Discusses the evolution of the ancient civilizations of Mesoamerica, including Mexico, Guatemala, Belize, Honduras, and El Salvador. Examines the development of societies from the earliest inhabitants to the growth of empires. Includes coverage of the Olmecs, Monte Alban, Teotihuacan, the Classic Maya, the Toltecs, and the Aztecs.

Note: Cannot be used to meet the requirements of the Anthropology major; interested majors should take ANTH 122.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for ANTH 121 Section 01 35085 1 Lecture 50/0 MW BNC1025 1200PM-0115PM Berrey,Adam HUM (C2)
02 book for ANTH 121 Section 02 35118 1 Lecture 50/0 MW BNC1025 0300PM-0415PM Berrey,Adam HUM (C2)
03 book for ANTH 121 Section 03 36353 1 Lecture 55/1 TR MND3011 1030AM-1145AM Crandall,James M HUM (C2)

ANTH 126 - Archaeological Analysis (3 Units)

Introduces students to various approaches to archaeological analysis, focusing on how different classes of data are collected, classified, and interpreted to resolve research issues. Includes such topics as the handling, treatment, and analysis of flaked and ground stone tools, plant and animal food remains, and other types of archaeological materials. Lecture one hour, laboratory six hours.

Note: May be repeated once for credit.

Prerequisite: ANTH 3 and Anthropology (Archaeological and Biological Anthropology) concentration.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for ANTH 126 Section 01 36354 1 Seminar 20/1 TR CLV145 0300PM-0415PM Stevens,Nathan E
02 book for ANTH 126 Section 02 36357 1 Laboratory 20/1 - Stevens,Nathan E

ANTH 146 - Ethnographic Analysis (3 Units)

Introduces students to current techniques, theories, and debates in ethnographic research and analysis through the use of ethnographies and related works. Critically examines the production of ethnographic knowledge in socio-cultural anthropology from historical and contemporary perspectives.

Prerequisite: ANTH 2.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for ANTH 146 Section 01 35086 1 Lecture 30/11 TR MND4008 0430PM-0545PM Barata,Data D

ANTH 147 - Peoples of Southeast Asia (3 Units)

Survey of the native peoples of Southeast Asia (Laos, Vietnam, Thailand, Philippines, Malaysia, Indonesia, Burma and Singapore). Emphasis is on examining the forms of social and cultural pluralism in contemporary Southeast Asian societies.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for ANTH 147 Section 01 35336 1 Lecture 55/4 WEBONLINE - Roberts,Michelle FL,GE AREA D

ANTH 152 - Comparative Primate Morphology (3 Units)

Study of skeletal and soft-anatomical components of living non-human apes in the context of evolution and development. Covers evolutionary theory, embryology, growth and development, taxonomy, systematics, and basic functional morphology of the skeletal system in primates. Three-hour seminar, with some lecture and hands-on experience with skeletons and casts.

Prerequisite: ANTH 1 & ANTH 1A

Note: BIO 1, BIO 2 or BIO 7 recommended, but not required.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for ANTH 152 Section 01 36335 1 Seminar 24/5 TR MND4011 0900AM-1015AM Singh,Nandini

ANTH 155 - Fundamentals of Bio Anth (3 Units)

Survey of the development of method and theory in physical anthropology from its origins in zoology, anatomy, and medicine, to the various approaches currently used in the study of human biology and evolution. Concepts considered include the scientific method, modern genetics, evolutionary theory, the race concept and other approaches to explaining human variation, taxonomy and systematics, and macro-evolutionary models. Critical reading and analytical skills will be emphasized.

Prerequisite: ANTH 1 and ANTH 1A.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for ANTH 155 Section 01 35210 1 Lecture 35/0 MWF MND4008 1100AM-1150AM Rauch,Kristin L

ANTH 156 - Evolution of Human Behav (3 Units)

Introduction to the application of evolutionary theory to human behavior and psychology. Reviews and contrasts contemporary perspectives of human behavioral evolution with emphasis on insights from the emerging field of evolutionary psychology. Topics include human behavior and cognition as adaptations, "selfish genes," game theory, evolution of social behavior, evolution of altruism, human mating strategies, parenting, behavioral disorders, evolution of the life cycle, human behavioral ecology, Darwinian medicine, and evolutionary psychology.

Prerequisite: ANTH 1, BIO 10, or PSYC 2 recommended.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for ANTH 156 Section 01 35544 1 Lecture 30/2 MW ALP235 1200PM-0115PM Sullivan,Roger

ANTH 158 - Human Skeletal Analysis (4 Units)

Provides advanced techniques in osteology and forensic anthropology essential for many practicing physical anthropologists. Discussion and survey of the primary literature, followed by intensive hands-on experience with human skeletal remains. Included: techniques for determining age, sex and ethnicity; measurement; pathology; and trauma. The role of the forensic anthropologist and archaeologist, ethical considerations, and human rights issues are also covered. Two-hour seminar, and a six-hour lab involving substantial hands-on experience with human skeletal remains.

Prerequisite: ANTH 150.

Paired Course

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for ANTH 158 Section 01 36336 1 Seminar 20/11 MW MND4011 0900AM-1145AM Hens,Samantha M
02 book for ANTH 158 Section 02 36374 1 Laboratory 20/11 - Hens,Samantha M

ANTH 162 - Language & Culture (3 Units)

Relationship between language and culture; historical relationships between languages; language families and major cultural traditions; cross-cultural studies of how the language influences perception and the organization of reality; the ways in which language is embedded in social life and practices, and the ways in which various cultural patterns and values are reflected in language.

Prerequisite: ANTH 4 or instructor permission.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for ANTH 162 Section 01 35153 1 Discussion 35/2 MW MND4008 0430PM-0545PM Williams,Serena A

ANTH 165 - Applied Anthropology (3 Units)

Provides tools for exploring the application of an anthropological paradigm to various aspects of culture change and conflict. Content is organized into a series of critical topical areas such as modernization, economic development, human services, and urbanization.

Prerequisite: ANTH 105 or ANTH 108 or ANTH 140 or ANTH 141 or ANTH 142 or ANTH 167 or ANTH 168 or ANTH 176; and Anthropology (Culture, Language, and Society) concentration.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for ANTH 165 Section 01 36340 1 Lecture 15/6 TR MND4008 1200PM-0115PM Trichur,Raghu S

ANTH 188 - Anthropology of the Body (3 Units)

Study of the diverse ways that humans explain and attempt to alter the human body. Focus is on the meanings and implications of our own bodily experiences through objective comparison of the experiences, explanations and techniques found in our society with those in others.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for ANTH 188 Section 01 36341 1 Lecture 30/0 TR MND4008 0300PM-0415PM Raschig,Megan

ANTH 191 - Anthropology Practicum (3 Units)

Students work 3-6 hours per week off campus in one of several research institutions under the supervision of institutional personnel. Students are required to become familiar with the scholarly literature relevant to their placement, to participate in on-campus meetings, and to write a research paper integrating the research and fieldwork aspects of the practicum. Permission of instructor and ANTH coordinator required prior to registration. Open to seniors only.

Prerequisite: ANTH 165 or ANTH 169 or ANTH 177 or ANTH 192B; and senior level

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for ANTH 191 Section 01 35274 1 Discussion 30/12 MW MND4008 1200PM-0115PM Murphy,Liam D
02 book for ANTH 191 Section 02 35282 1 Activity 30/12 - Murphy,Liam D

ANTH 199 - Special Problems (1-3 Units)

Individual projects or directed reading.

Note: Open only to students who appear competent to carry on individual work. May be repeated for credit.

Prerequisite: Approval of the faculty member under whom the individual work is to be conducted and the Department chair.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for ANTH 199 Section 01 35120 1 Independent Study 2/0 - Singh,Nandini
02 book for ANTH 199 Section 02 35302 1 Independent Study 2/1 - Fisher,Jacob L

ANTH 203 - Archaeology (3 Units)

Explores the intellectual development of archaeological method and theory; examines the history of archaeological thought from its advent to the present day, looking in detail at pre-scientific, culture-historical, processual, and post-processual approaches to the discipline; emphasis is placed on the role of archaeology as a branch of anthropology and as a historical, humanistic, and/or scientific enterprise.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for ANTH 203 Section 01 36562 1 Seminar 10/6 W MND3007 0530PM-0820PM Fisher,Jacob L GWI

ANTH 207 - Language and Culture (3 Units)

Critical examination of contemporary studies in the relationship between language and culture; nonhuman primate communication and the origin of speech; non-verbal communication; historical linguistics; comparative semiology; ethnosemantics; applications of linguistic models of analysis in the study of culture.

Note: May be repeated for credit given that the instructor changes.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for ANTH 207 Section 01 36359 1 Seminar 15/3 T ALP147 0530PM-0820PM Flamenbaum,Rachel GWI

ANTH 226 - Adv Tech Archaeological (3 Units)

Examines more refined approaches to archaeological analysis, focusing on how various classes of data are collected, classified, and interpreted to resolve directed research problems. Emphasis is on such topics as sampling procedures and statistical assessment of data rather than descriptive analysis and interpretation. Lecture one hour; laboratory six hours.

Prerequisite: ANTH 126 or instructor permission.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for ANTH 226 Section 01 36355 1 Seminar 10/7 TR CLV145 0300PM-0415PM Stevens,Nathan E
02 book for ANTH 226 Section 02 36356 1 Laboratory 10/7 - Stevens,Nathan E

ANTH 258 - Human Skeletal Analysis (4 Units)

Provides advanced techniques in osteology and forensic anthropology essential for many practicing physical anthropologists. Discussion and survey of the primary literature, followed by intensive hands-on experience with human skeletal remains. Included: techniques for determining age, sex and ancestry; measurement; pathology; and trauma. The role of the forensic anthropologist and archaeologist, ethical considerations, and human rights issues are also covered. Course format is a two-hour seminar, and a six-hourlab involving substantial hands-on experience with human skeletal remains.

Prerequisite: ANTH 150 or instructor permission.

Paired course

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for ANTH 258 Section 01 36337 1 Seminar 4/3 MW MND4011 0900AM-1145AM Hens,Samantha M
02 book for ANTH 258 Section 02 36375 1 Laboratory 4/3 - Hens,Samantha M

ANTH 276 - Museum Anthropology (3 Units)

Surveys the practical, theoretical, and historical dimensions of museum anthropology and material culture studies, with particular emphasis on the U.S. and California. Situates contemporary issues related to the collection, exhibition, and repatriation of ethnographic and archaeological materials within the sociopolitical context of the globally based indigenous rights movement.

Note: Recommended for graduate students who plan to intern in the Anthropology Museum.

Prerequisite: Graduate status in Anthropology or instructor permission.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for ANTH 276 Section 01 36360 1 Seminar 15/6 M MND4004 0530PM-0820PM Castaneda,Terri A

ANTH 295C - Field Work In Phys Anth (2-3 Units)

Supervised graduate level fieldwork in physical anthropology. May include laboratory research.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for ANTH 295C Section 01 37358 1 Thesis Research 1/0 - Scarry,Clara I

ANTH 299 - Special Problems (1-3 Units)

Individual projects or directed reading.

Note: Open only to students who appear competent to carry on individual work at the graduate level; May be repeated given that topic and instructor changes; May be taken twice in the same semester.

Prerequisite: Approval of faculty member under whom individual work is to be conducted and the Department chair.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for ANTH 299 Section 01 35167 1 Thesis Research 5/4 - Raschig,Megan
02 book for ANTH 299 Section 02 37654 1 Thesis Research 1/0 - Flamenbaum,Rachel
03 book for ANTH 299 Section 03 37674 1 Thesis Research 2/1 - Walker,Michael Madison
04 book for ANTH 299 Section 04 37675 1 Thesis Research 1/0 - Zeanah,David W

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Class Attribute Codes

A3 - Critical Thinking (A3)

B2 - Life Forms (B2)

B3 - Laboratory (B3)

B5 - Further Studies in Area B (B5)

FL - Fully Online (no In-Person Meetings Incl. Finals)

GE AREA D - GE AREA D

GWI - Graduate Writing Intensive Requirement (GWI)

HUM (C2) - Humanities (Area C2)

HY - Hybrid (OnLine & In-Person Meetings)

I - Service Learning Internship

RE - Race & Ethnicity Graduation Requirement (RE)

TV - Televised

US HISTORY - United States History

WI - SAC:WRITING INTENSIVE GRAD REQ

Session Codes

1 - Regular Academic Session (01/24/2022 to 05/13/2022)