Employment of anthropologists and archaeologists is expected to grow 21 percent from 2010 to 2020, faster than the average for all occupations.

U.S. Department of Labor, 2012

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Welcome to the course that explores some of the basics of sociocultural anthropology. Students are often excited about our field because they recognize what it can do in the world. Sometimes they just have fun.

Our classes meet Tuesday-Thursday at noon in Curtin 175, 3243 N. Downer Ave. 

First day of class is September 3rd. Sections begin on September 10th.

Download the syllabus

Our D2L website offers online access to course content readings, links to recommended resources, a glossary of key terms, handouts and powerpoint archives, and for occasional announcements, questions and discussions.

© Tracey Heatherington 2013