ANTH& 206D
Cultural Anthropology
(C, SS, D, W) Introduction to the study of culture and society; cross-cultural perspective is employed to gain better understanding of family life, kinship, economic, political, and religious systems in various non-Western societies and in American cultures and society. Includes training in fundamentals of social and cultural anthropology.

Please note, this course can be allocated as either your 2nd Communication Skills course (C) OR can be used to fulfill a Social Sciences distribution, but not both. If you are transferring to a university where a writing intensive course is required, note that writing assignments represent more than 50% of the coursework and are designed in compliance with the expectations for a W-designated course (UW criteria used).

SYLLABUS
  READING SCHEDULE & SUBMISSION DUE DATES
  ASSIGNMENTS & EXTRA CREDIT
  BOOK
  GRADE DETAILS & LATE GRADE POLICIES
  COURSE OBJECTIVES & COURSE EXPECTATIONS

LINKS TO COURSE MATERIALS
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  BOOK/LECTURE NOTES
  STUDY GROUP WIKI