A HISTORY OF ANTHROPOLOGICAL THOUGHT
Session
Academic Term
Class Number
26215
Career
Undergraduate
Dates
1/19/2021 - 4/23/2021
Units
3 units
Grading
Letter Grade
Class Attributes
DSAS Social Science General Ed. Requirement
Class Notes
This course provides a wide-ranging survey of the development of anthropological thought and the formation of the four-field discipline of Anthropology. Starting with early intellectual growth in Antiquity and the Middle Ages the course charts a path for students that will guide them through the dense and complex world of theory development in Anthropology from the time of Classical thought up through contemporary times. This class offers a critical foundation of knowledge for students majoring in Anthropology and/or undergraduate students planning to take more advanced seminar/writing courses in Anthropology, History, Sociology, and History of Philosophy of Science. The planned operational mode for this class when meeting in-person is FULL COHORT. For more information please visit http://www.provost.pitt.edu/students/student-success-flexpitt/flex-pitt-guarded-risk-posture-full-cohort-classroom/.

Class Details
Instructor(s)
Bryan Hanks, Jose Gonzales Avendano
Meets
TuTh 1:15PM - 2:30PM
Meeting Dates
01/19/2021 - 04/23/2021
Room
120 Lawrence Hall
Campus
Pittsburgh Campus
Location
Pittsburgh Campus
Components
Lecture Required
Textbooks/Materials
Textbooks to be determined
Enrollment Restrictions
ANTH majors with 90+ credits
Available Seats: 0
Class Availability
Status
Closed
Seats Taken
57
Seats Open
0
Class Capacity
50
Unrestricted Seats
0
Restricted Seats
0
Wait List Total
3
Wait List Capacity
20