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The University of Maine    
 
    
 
  Nov 22, 2017
 
2017-2018 Undergraduate Catalog

ANT 493 - Capstone in Anthropology: What does it mean to be human?


Capstone course for Anthropology and International Affairs in Anthropology majors.  Addresses five themes concerning anthropology and what it means to be human. (1) Debate and Argumentation in Anthropology; (2) Science, Theory, and the Applications of Anthropological Inquiry; (3) Race and Human Variation; (4) Climate, Environment, and Culture; and (5) Religion and Warfare in Human Society.  Emphasis on topics of relevance to contemporary society.  Faculty from all anthropological sub-disciplines of Anthropology will contribute lectures.

General Education Requirements: Satisfies the General Education Capstone Experience Requirement.

Prerequisites:  Junior or Senior standing in the Anthropology or International Affairs in Anthropology majors

Course Typically Offered: Spring
 

Credits: 3