History of Anthropological Theory

ANTHRO 136B (4.0 units)Session II

Provides foundational knowledge in the discipline of anthropology by reviewing competing approaches in anthropological theory, from the nineteenth century to the present. Covers historically fundamental approaches—social evolutionism, functionalism—and recent movements such as feminism, cultural studies, poststructuralism, and postmodernism.

Instructor(s) STAFF
Schedule TuTh 1:00 - 3:50pm, Room To Be Announced TBA
Units 4.0
Course Code 60150
Fees
UC Undergraduate (per unit) $ 279.00
UC Graduate (per unit) $ 349.00
Visitor (per unit) $ 349.00
Note(s) None