Anthropology (ANTH)

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ANTH 530 TOPICS IN ANTHROPOLOGY1-3 Credits

Special topical studies that may include: art and religion, Native American culture, impact of technology on culture, agricultural systems, cultures of the Middle East, exploration and cultures, linguistics, and nomadism. Note: Student may enroll in the course for a maximum of nine (9) credit hours. Requirements: Field research is possible.

ANTH 535 NORTHERN PLAINS INDIAN CULTURES3 Credits

Survey of Northern Plains Indian cultures with a focus upon aspects of cultures from both a historical and contemporary perspective, but with emphasis being placed on the contemporary cultures. The impact of modern technology and Euro-American contact on Northern Plains Indians will also be examined as well as the continuing functions of traditional native beliefs in contemporary social, economic, political, and religious contexts.

Dual-listed: ANTH 435

ANTH 655 SCHOLARLY PROJECT1-3 Credits

For students selecting Plan II, as listed under Program Requirements. Project pertaining to a field of specialization. Designed in consultation with student's graduate committee. Includes a paper summarizing the project. Requirements: Must complete three (3) credit hours.