ANTH 2110 6.0 Core Concepts in Anthropology
Course Director: Profs. Carlota McAllister & Shubhra Gururani
Time: Tues 12:30-2:30 TEL 0001
Critically introduces the history and major traditions of the discipline of Anthropology including fieldwork methods and ethnographic writing. This course further introduces the distinctive contributions of anthropology and provides students with a comprehensive introduction to the core concepts required for upper level anthropology courses. Major national traditions of anthropology are distinguished, while their shared emphasis on fieldwork and ethnography is underscored. Lastly, this course will introduce the distinctive and lasting contributions of the discipline.