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ANT 101 - Introduction to Human Origins

North Country / Community College | Fall 2018
October 22, 2018 — 
An exploration of 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: Z2
3
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ANTH 202 - Cultural Anthropology

Tompkins Cortland / Community College | Fall 2018
September 27, 2018 — 
Section: BL3
3
credits

ANT 110 - Human Prehistory

Finger Lakes / Community College | Fall 2018
September 4, 2018 — 
This course is a survey of human prehistory-from the origin of humans up to the emergence of early civilizations. Our focus is on the introduction to early human biological and cultural variability emphasizing evolution cultural adaptation and cultural change within different environments using the subfields of physical anthropology and archaeology. Attention will be given to the field of archaeology and human evolution as we focus our attention on pre-literate and pre-industrial civilizations from both the Old World and New World including regions of Mesopotamia Africa China India Maya Inca and Aztec the Hopewell and Mississippian to name a few.
Section: U1
3
credits

ANT 101 - Cultural Anthropology

Suffolk County / Community College | Fall 2018
September 4, 2018 — 
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: 112
3
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ANT 101 - Cultural Anthropology

Suffolk County / Community College | Fall 2018
September 4, 2018 — 
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
3
credits

ANT 101 - Cultural Anthropology

Suffolk County / Community College | Fall 2018
September 4, 2018 — 
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: 114
3
credits

ANT 101 - Cultural Anthropology

Suffolk County / Community College | Fall 2018
September 4, 2018 — 
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: 129
3
credits

ANR 201 - Cultural Anthropology

Rockland / Community College | Fall 2018
September 1, 2018 — 
Section: 001S
3
credits

ANT 141 - Introduction to Anthropology

Jefferson / Community College | Fall 2018
August 27, 2018 — 
This course is a survey of the major fields, theories, and methods of anthropology. Human physical evolution, the archeological record of cultures, linguistics, methods of subsistence, and social institutions in comparative perspectives are among the topics to be studied.
Section: 2
3
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ANTH 100 - Anthropology

Hudson Valley / Community College | Fall 2018
August 27, 2018 — 
This course is an introduction to anthropology including all four sub-disciplines. Topics include human evolution and adaptation from antiquity to the present while analyzing paleoanthropological, linguistic, archaeological, and ethnographic techniques. This course explores differences and similarities between and among human groups while comparing and contrasting various human lifestyles from primitive hunting-and-gathering people through the development of food production and the rise of cities and states to contemporary urban industrial societies.
Section: 300