ANT 3933: Seminar in Anthropology
Course Description for Seminar in Anthropology
Seminar in Anthropology
This course will prepare anthropology students for advanced coursework in the anthropological discipline. The course provides an opportunity for students to reflect upon the nature of anthropological inquiry and the variety of data anthropologists use to aid in that inquiry. Students will develop an understanding of the multitude of methodologies and techniques employed by anthropologists and how anthropological theories and models articulate with research questions. They will also be exposed to examples of applications of anthropology to concrete social problems. The course will help anthropology majors develop these skills and dispositions necessary to succeed as anthropology majors and to begin planning their future careers.