Courses

Anthropology 365: Peoples of Latin America
Ethnographic Survey of the peoples and cultures of Latin America

International Studies 201: Introduction to Global Studies
Introduction to contemporary global issues, drawing on the integrated knowledge and methodologies of multiple disciplines.

Anthropology 465/565: Peoples of Mexico & Central America
Overview of cultures and social relations in Mesoamerica, with an emphasis on indigenous and rural communities, subsistence and survival issues, and factors underlying political and economic change.

Anthropology 475: Global Migration
Economic, political and human factors motivating movements of people and affecting their transitions into new societies; comparative exploration of issues, case studies and global
trends, with specific focus on implications for policy and services.

Anthropology 476/576: Borderlands Comparative examination of simultaneous separating and integrating functions of borders, significance of border regions as vital transition zones, and transboundary policy needs associated with accelerated flows of people, goods and ideas; particular focus on U.S.-Mexico and US.-Canada borderlands.

Anthropology 481/581: Childhood and Culture

The process of socialization or enculturation viewed from a cross-cultural perspective.Comparative and anthropological study of educational issues. Examines learning in other cultures, home-school linkages, minority student achievement and multi-cultural curricula.

Anthropology 484: Cross-Cultural Education
Comparative and anthropological study of educational issues. Examines learning in other cultures, home-school linkages, minority student achievement and multi-cultural curricula.

Anthropology 490: Cross-Cultural Education
Human Rights, World Vision

 

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