ANTH 4210 CULTURAL ANTHROPOLOGY (3 credits)
Cultural Anthropology is the sub-discipline of Anthropology that systematically considers cultural diversity (similarities and differences) in all known human societies. The scope of cultural anthropology is one of the broadest in the social sciences and includes the study of subsistence strategies and economies, kinship and social organization, political organization, religion, gender, language, expressive arts, human-environment relationships, and globalization. (Cross-listed with ANTH 8216).
Prerequisite(s)/Corequisite(s): Junior or senior with a minimum of six hours of social science.