ANT 2411 — Cultural Anthropology
3 Credit hours
Examines the fundamental principles and concepts, research methods, and anthropological theories for understanding human cultural diversity and cultural change in a global context. Cultural anthropology is the sub-field of anthropology that studies the influence of culture on human behavior. It encompasses many subjects including law, politics, and power; economies, social class and inequality; race and racism, gender, sexuality, health and illness, kinship, family, and marriage; the global economy; and religion. Students will explore these topics from a holistic, comparative, and global perspective using the anthropological frameworks of political, social, economic, and religious systems.
Transfer: TAG, TM
Prerequisites: COM 1110 with a "C" or better.