The course introduces students to anthropological theories, perspectives and methods employed by modern anthropologists in the study of human nature, culture and society. The origins of anthropological thought in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries will be explained and compared with newer developments. A social and cultural comparison of different societies focusing on social, religious, economic and political values and beliefs will form an integral part of the course.
Offered: Semester 1
Contact hours per week: 3
Assessment: 60% coursework, 40% examination (bilingual)
THIS COURSE IS NOT BEING OFFERED IN 2019