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ANTHR 210 - Religions of the World

Westchester / Community College | Spring 2020
March 23, 2020 — 
An introductory course in religion designed to study the histories, basic beliefs and characteristic practices of the world’s major religions. An explanation of Buddhism, Confucianism, Hinduism, Taoism, Judaism, Christianity and Islam are included. Tribal religions, as well as contemporary sects and cults, are also studied.
Section: 13390
3
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ANT 102 - Cultural Anthropology

North Country / Community College | Spring 2020
March 18, 2020 — 
Anthropology is the study of human beings in all times and places, tracing human biological and cultural development from our origins to the present. This course explores the field of cultural anthropology, introducing students to the discipline, its principle theories and methods and the wealth of knowledge learned about the human experience from studying other cultures, past and present.
Section: Z2
3
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ANT 362 - Anthropological Perspectives: Global Issues

Plattsburgh / University College | Spring 2020
January 27, 2020 — 
Application of anthropological perspectives to issues affecting humans in most societies. Specific focus on violence, poverty, deviance, gender, ethnicity, environmental degradation, development and indigenous people, food systems and hunger.
Section: WB1
3
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ANT 362 - Anthropological Perspectives: Global Issues

Plattsburgh / University College | Spring 2020
January 27, 2020 — 
Application of anthropological perspectives to issues affecting humans in most societies. Specific focus on violence, poverty, deviance, gender, ethnicity, environmental degradation, development and indigenous people, food systems and hunger.
Section: WB2
3
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ANT 101 - Introduction to Human Origins

North Country / Community College | Spring 2020
January 27, 2020 — 
Explores the origins and subsequent evolution of the human species based upon analysis of the fossil record. Our biological inheritance, including the origins of culture, language and other characteristics which make us human, will be investigated as will the methods used by physical anthropologists. Contemporary human variation will also be examined.
Section: Z
3
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ANTH 101 - Introduction to Anthropology

Morrisville State College / Technology College | Spring 2020
January 27, 2020 — 
Section: LN1
3
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ANT 120 - Introduction to Biological Anthropology

Stony Brook / University Center | Spring 2020
January 27, 2020 — 
An introduction to the evolutionary study of humans and nonhuman primates. The course provides an overview of basic evolutionary thought and principles; human variation and environmental adaptation; the anatomy, ecology, and behavior of nonhuman primates; the fossil record of nonhuman primates and human ancestors; current research on human origins; human behavior in an evolutionary context.
Section: 30
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ANT 111 - Cultural Anthropology

Broome / Community College | Spring 2020
January 27, 2020 — 
Introduction to the study of culture as the behavioral adaptation unique to human societies. Cultural characteristics shared by all humans and major variations found among specific groups. Explanations for rules of social interaction in common activities, the social functions of institutions, language is a culturally defined system of communication, modernization in our own and third world societies.
Section: Y01
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ANT 101 - Cultural Anthropology

Suffolk County / Community College | Spring 2020
January 27, 2020 — 
Introductory course studying broad range of cultural similarities and differences among human populations. Using ethnographic accounts as a database, initial focus is on non-Western cultures. Comparisons with more technologically advanced cultures provide important insights into how culture works.
Section: 110
3
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ANT 101 - Cultural Anthropology

Suffolk County / Community College | Spring 2020
January 27, 2020 — 
Introductory course studying broad range of cultural similarities and differences among human populations. Using ethnographic accounts as a database, initial focus is on non-Western cultures. Comparisons with more technologically advanced cultures provide important insights into how culture works.
Section: 113