This track allows students to fully embrace the four-field approach and choose from courses across the sub-fields. Its flexibility is especially accommodating for students pursuing multiple concentrations.
- A foundational course in sociocultural, linguistic anthropology, or medical anthropology:
- Introduction to Cultural Anthropology (ANTH0100)
- Culture and Health (ANTH0300)
- Introduction to Linguistic Anthropology (ANTH0800)
- A foundational course in archaeology or biological anthropology:
- Human Evolution (ANTH0310)
- Past Forward: Discovering Anthropological Archaeology (ANTH0500)
- One of the following classes in anthropological methodology, to prepare students for further research:
- An Introduction to GIS and Spatial Analysis for Anthropologists and Archaeologists (ANTH1201)
- Material Culture Practicum (ANTH1621)
- The Human Skeleton (ANTH1720)
- Archaeology of College Hill (ANTH1725)
- Ethnographic Research Methods (ANTH1940)
- An additional five courses in anthropology of the student’s choosing. At least three of the electives will need to be at the 1000-level to meet the general requirements of the concentration.
- Senior Seminar, (Re)Making Anthropology (ANTH1990), normally taken in senior year, is designed to provide students a firm understanding of what defines the discipline of anthropology, as grounded through a look at the discipline’s past, present, and future.