[ANTH 210] Field Research in Cultural Anthropology Preparatory Course


This course is the first in a series of three [210, 211, 212] in which students plan ethnographic research, conduct the fieldwork, and then analyze and reflect on their results. In this preparatory course, students prepare to go to “the field”: they prepare research proposals and literature reviews of their topics and geographical area to be researched, including the social, political, and historical contexts of the field site. These proposals guide the work students do in the field.

Course Title

Field Research in Cultural Anthropology Preparatory Course

Course Code

ANTH 210

Units

0.5

Prerequisites

Prerequisite: Anthropology 201 or 208 or consent of instructor.

Frequency

Offered occasionally, spring semester.

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