ANTH 212 - Ethnographic Perspectives on Small-Scale Societies
Semester Offered: First Semester
Credits (Range): 3 Hours
Attribute: 3SS, CD
This course will draw primarily on ethnographic literature to explore the global diversity in small-scale, or forager, societies. We will examine their ecological adaptations, gender roles, patterns of land use, and the strategies currently employed as modern forager groups are drawn into the world economic market. The relevance of these groups to the study of the prehistoric past will also be considered. Enrollment Limit: 30.
Instructor: A. Margaris
Prerequisites & Notes
Prerequisite: 100 level course or consent from instructor.
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