ATH 3 World Cultures.

Provides an appreciation of human cultural diversity and how anthropologists interpret that diversity in marriage and family patterns, political and economic organizations, and symbol systems. Acquaints you with various perspectives anthropologists use to understand human cultural variability. The final course allows you to pursue cultural diversity in one of the world's major culture areas or in the relations between culture and one specific aspect of life for all people, such as personality, environment, or cognition.

1. ATH 145 Lost Cities & Ancient Civilizations (3) MPF, or
ATH 175 Peoples of the World (3) (MPF), or
ATH 185 Cultural diversity in the US (3) (MPF); and

2. ATH 231 Foundations of Cultural Anthropology (4); and

3. ATH 303 Native American Culture (4), or
ATH 304 Native North America: Anthropological Perspectives (3), or
ATH 305 Latin America: Anthropological Perspectives (3), or
ATH 306 Russia and Eurasia: Anthropological Perspectives (3), or
ATH 307 The Middle East: Anthropological Perspectives (3), or
ATH 308 South Asia: Anthropological Perspectives (3), or
ATH/BWS/LAS/WGS 325 Identity: Race, Gender, Class (3), or
ATH 331 Social Anthropology (3), or
ATH 329 Religions of Africa (3), or
ATH 331 Social Anthropology (3), or
ATH 335L Multiculturalism in Europe: Anthropological Perspectives (3), or
ATH 348 Introduction to Medical Anthropology (3), or
ATH 358 Migrants, and Refugees: Transnational Migration and Diasporic Communities (3), or
ATH/BWS 366 African Oral Traditions (3),
ATH 368 Key Questions in Psychological Anthropology (3), or
ATH 378 Doctors, Clinics, and Epidemics (3), or
ATH 384 Anthropology of Capitalism: Russia (3), or
ATH 388 Culture, Art, and Artifacts (3), or
ATH 405 Food, Taste, and Desire (3), or
ATH 428 Anthropology of Women's Health (3), or
ATH 434 Anthropology of Democracy & Citizenship (3), or
ATH 471 Ecological Anthropology (3)

Note: Not open to anthropology majors.

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