Comparative Cultures, Anthropology 90-10|
Explore the literature on causes of violence, and then examine
ethnographies to explore violence cross culturally, searching for any
general explanations for violence. In the process, learn to think
anthropologically about comparing cultures, use an electronic
database, create and test hypotheses, and write analytically.
The Cultural Construction of Gender, Anthropology 123
Comparative study of the meanings and social roles associated
with gender. Psychological, symbolic, and cultural approaches.
Food for Thought, Anthropology 330
Symbolic and cultural analyses of foods and cuisines. Examines
what people eat, who prepares it, what it means, and the social and
religious uses of foods historically and cross-culturally.