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Anthropology Fall 2017
ANTH 1 - Introduction to Physical Anthropology
Units: 3
Studies human biology within the framework of evolution. Topics will include the principles of evolution and natural selection, the fossil evidence of human evolution, primate behavior, and human variation. Credit in either ANTH 1 or 1H, but not both.
eventFull term: 8/21/2017 to 12/20/2017
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Open Seats: NoneM W2:00PM - 3:15roomBSTIC 101 W. GabriellasubjectDetails
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Open Seats: NoneM W12:30PM - 1:45roomLA 101 W. GabriellasubjectDetails
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Open Seats: None T Th11:00AM - 12:15roomBSTIC 101 W. GabriellasubjectDetails
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Open Seats: None F9:30AM - 12:20roomBSTIC 101 W. GabriellasubjectDetails
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Open Seats: NoneOnline publicONLINE C. LoefflersubjectDetails
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descriptionOnline course. For information about your online class, email your instructor prior to the first day of class.
eventSecond eight weeks: 10/20/2017 to 12/20/2017
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Open Seats: NoneM7:00PM - 9:50roomLA 101 C. Loeffler
J. Payton
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ANTH 1H - Introduction to Physical Anthropology Honors
Units: 3
This honors course studies human biology within the framework of evolution. Topics will include the principles of evolution and natural selection, the fossil evidence of human evolution, primate behavior, and human variation through the analysis of current and primary research. Credit in either ANTH 1 or 1H, but not both.
eventFull term: 8/21/2017 to 12/20/2017
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Open Seats: None T Th8:00AM - 9:15roomLA 102 C. LoefflersubjectDetails
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descriptionThis course is open to all students through the regular enrollment process. The "Honors" in the course title indicates class enrichment and smaller class size. The course covers the same material as non-honors sections. For more information about the course, email the instructor. For information about the Honors Program, email honorsprogram@ivc.edu, or call (949) 451-5300.
ANTH 1L - Physical Anthropology Lab
Units: 1
Companion course to ANTH 1/ANTH 1H, should be taken concurrently with ANTH1/ANTH 1H or in a subsequent semester. Explores the scientific method, evolutionary theory, natural selection. Field trips may be required.
eventFull term: 8/21/2017 to 12/20/2017
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Open Seats: None T (Lab)2:00PM - 4:50roomLA 102 S. MahaynisubjectDetails
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Open Seats: None T Th (Lab)9:30AM - 10:45roomLA 102 C. LoefflersubjectDetails
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ANTH 2 - Cultural Anthropology
Units: 3
Cross-cultural, comparative study of human behavior including subsistence strategies; marriage and family patterns; kinship, economic, political, and religious systems, culture change, globalization,ethical obligations. Credit may be earned for either ANTH 2 or 2H, but not both.
eventFull term: 8/21/2017 to 12/20/2017
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Open Seats: NoneM W8:00AM - 9:15roomLA 101 C. LoefflersubjectDetails
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Open Seats: None T Th9:30AM - 10:45roomBSTIC 103 W. GabriellasubjectDetails
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Open Seats: NoneOnline publicONLINE W. GabriellasubjectDetails
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descriptionOn 8/21/17, review the online course orientation located in http://www.ivc.edu/faculty/wgabriella or Canvas. Online course.
ANTH 4 - Native American Cultures
Units: 3
Examines the origin, major language families, and cultures of the Native Americans from traditional and contemporary perspectives. Includes subsistence strategies, social organization, political systems, and religious customs and beliefs, as well as Native American music and art.
eventFull term: 8/21/2017 to 12/20/2017
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Open Seats: NoneM W9:30AM - 10:45roomLA 101 R. CliffordsubjectDetails
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ANTH 9 - Introduction to Archeology
Units: 3
Examines the theoretical framework, historical development, and methods of anthropological archeology. Introduces site location and analysis, data collection, excavation techniques, artifact identification and classification, and cultural sequence interpretation. Explores ethics, community relations and the nature of cultural resource management.
eventFull term: 8/21/2017 to 12/20/2017
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Open Seats: None Th7:00PM - 9:50roomLA 101 R. CliffordsubjectDetails
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