ANT-100 013 - Introduction to Anthropology

The evolution and behavior of human beings as cultural animals are the focus of this course. Students are introduced to the basic concepts and methods of the major divisions of anthropology: physical, social and cultural; archeology and linguistics. Emphasis is placed on preliterate societies to facilitate the study of the interrelation of various aspects of culture.

Basic Skills prerequisites: ENG088, ESL094, ACR094

Course Credit: 03


Professor: Riannan Wade | rwade@bmcc.cuny.edu

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