Sep 29, 2022  
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ANTY 475 - Ecological Anthropology

4 Credit(s)
Ecological Anthropology is the study of the interaction between culture and the larger environment. In the case of human beings, much of their environmental interaction is learned behavior that has become part of their reserve of learned skills, technology, and other cultural responses. The focus of this class will be the relation between cultural behavior and environmental phenomena. Students will demonstrate the ability to critically analyze course content through written critiques, independent investigation, and directed examination, lecture and small group discuss.

Prerequisite(s): ANTY 220   or SOCI 101  ; or c/i
(Block 7 spring/even-numbered years)



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