The Anthropology Department is the oldest department of anthropology in the United States. The summer course offerings focus on various socio-cultural aspects of anthropology, taking into consideration cross-cultural interpretation, global socio-political concepts, and a markedly interdisciplinary approach.
The courses on this page reflect Summer 2018 offerings.
Note: Courses are subject to change at the discretion of the University.
Session D (1): May 21 - June 29
Ex.) ANTH S1002D
Session Q (2): July 2 - August 10
Ex.) ANTH S1002Q
Note: The suffix indicates the session in which the course is offered.
Also of Interest
AHIS S3442 D – American Art in the Global Context of the “Long” Nineteenth Century
AHUM S1400 Q – Colloquium on Major Texts: East Asia
RELI S3630 Q – Religion and Black Popular Cultures