ANT 464 - Ecological Anthropology
Comparative study of human populations in ecosystems. Topics include the adaptive nature of culture, implications of the ecological approach for anthropological theory, sociocultural evolution and change, and contemporary problems. Case studies from simple and complex societies. ANT 464 and 564 cannot both be taken for degree credit.
General Education Requirements: Social Contexts and Institutions, Population and the Environment, and Writing Intensive
Prerequisites: ANT 102 or ANT 250 or Permission
Course Typically Offered: Fall