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  ANT 120, Introduction to Cultural Anthropology
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Semester: Fall 2014
Course Subject: ANT
Course #: 120
Course Section: 006
Course Title: Introduction to Cultural Anthropology
Course Section Information: Anthropology 120: Introduction to Cultural Anthropology explores diversity across cultures. We look at topics such as marriage, kinship, adaptive strategies, religion, and art. This course will be offered in the Summer I and Summer II sessions in an online format. ANT 120 fulfills General Education block 5b: Social and Behavioral Sciences. Join us for a course filled with fun case studies, intriguing films, and great conversation!

Gen Ed VB-Soc & Behav Sci and Gen Ed VC-Hist OR Soc & Behav and Gen Ed VII-Breadth Knowledge and Gen Ed 09 Soc Sci Principles.
Credit Hours: 3
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Course Begins: Aug 08, 2014
Course Ends: Dec 13, 2014
Instructor: Professor Jennifer Wies
Instructor's Email: jennifer.wies@eku.edu
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 Printed Textbooks:
Kottak, Conrad Phillip
2013 Cultural Anthropology: Appreciating Cultural Diversity, Fifteenth Edition. Boston: McGraw Hill Higher Education. ISBN 9780078035005. $176.67 New
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