Global Experience: Adventure Anthropology


Seminar-style anthropological/historical investigation of a particular cultural group and its region of the world, historical and modern. Emphasis placed on examination of relevant anthropological research and historical interpretations that describe the cultural group’s history, modern context, significant characteristics, achievements, and challenges. Issues related to ethnicity, development, technology, health, and sustainability will be studied to allow students to connect their specific major expertise to an international application. Field work includes travel to select global destinations with guided tours and presentations. (Cultural Diversity) Spring Only.

3 Credits: 1 Lecture, 10 Co-op/Global Experience

ENL111 and SCI100; or
ENL111 and SOC111; or
ANT113 and ENL111; or
ENL111 and HIS116; or
ENL111 and HIS136; or
ENL111 and HIS146; or
ENL111 and HIS262