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ANTH 370 ANTHROPOLOGICAL THEORIES (4)

Foundational theories, approaches, and concepts are explored and used as a means to understanding how anthropologists past and present use theory. Students compare and contrast prominent theories, analyze current events and situations, and write a major research paper using anthropological sources. This course may be subject to Enforced Prerequisites that restrict registration into the course. Check the offerings below for more information.

Course Attributes
Core, Skills, WIC

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TermCRNSecCrP/NInstructorTypeStatusCapAvailWL CapWL AvailSection TitleRestrictsCommentsSyllabus
Sp18524424004Nolan, M.OnlineOpen25300Enforced Prereqs: ANTH 110 [D-]
Other Prereqs: /or completion of social processes and institutions requirement.
Campus Restrictions: +DSC (Dist. Degree Corvallis Student)
Online section.Section Syllabus
Su18743994004Nolan, M.OnlineOpen251300Enforced Prereqs: ANTH 110 [D-]
Other Prereqs: /or completion of social processes and institutions requirement.
Jun 25-Sep 7
Session 1
Online section.
Section Syllabus
F18127834004Nolan, M.OnlineOpen252500Enforced Prereqs: ANTH 110 [D-]
Other Prereqs: /or completion of social processes and institutions requirement.
Online section.Section Syllabus

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