Undergraduate Fall Courses 2022

Registration for Fall 2022 starts June 13, 2022. Classes start Wednesday, September 7, 2022. 

Here is our tentative Anthropology Fall 2022 course list.

Labs and tutorials always begin after the first lecture of a class. Check your course spaces for the exact dates.

General information about the calendar includes: academic sessions, calendar changes, course values and hours, course experience survey, limit of the University's responsibility, program planning, privacy and access to information, notification of disclosure of personal information to statistics canada, schedule of classes and the University's right to limit enrollment.

The University / Anthropology Department reserves the right to limit enrolment and to limit the registration in, or to cancel or revise, any of the courses listed. The curricula may also be changed, as deemed advisable by the Senate of the University.

Contact the Anthropology office if you have a question about the course offerings.

100-level

Code Sec Title Instructor

100

A01 and A02

INTRODUCTION TO ANTHROPOLOGY - Lecture

Note: You will also need to register in an ANTH100 Tutorial (ANTH100 T01-T19)

McGuire, Erin

150

A01

ARCHAEOLOGY OF THE FUTURE

Mackie, Quentin

150

A02

GREAT CIVILIZATIONS OF THE ANCIENT WORLD

TBA

200-level

Code Sec Title Instructor
200 A01

CULTURAL AND SOCIAL ANTHROPOLOGY - Lecture

Note: You will also need to register in an ANTH 200 tutorial  (ANTH 200 T01-T04). 

Gauthier, Melissa
210 A01 VISUAL ANTHROPOLOGY: A GLOBAL PERSPECTIVE Robinson, Jennifer
240 A01

ARCHAEOLOGY - LECTURE

Note: You will also need to register in a ANTH 240 lab (ANTH 240 B01-B05).

Lam, Yin-Lam
250 A01

BIOLOGICAL ANTHROPOLOGY

Note: You will also need to register in a ANTH 250 lab (ANTH 250 B01-05).

Kalan, Ammie
260 A01

INTRODUCTION TO ANTHROPOLOGICAL RESEARCH

Gauthier, Melissa

300-level

302 A01 GLOBALIZATION, HEALTH, AND THE ENVIRONMENT - New Course TBA
303   A01 THE ANTHROPOLOGY OF SOUND Boudreault-Fournier, A.
312 A01 INTRODUCTION TO MEDICAL ANTHROPOLOGY Levine, Amy
317 A01

QUANTITATIVE METHODS IN ANTHROPOLOGICAL RESEARCH

Kurki, Helen
318 A01

ETHNOGRAPHIC RESEARCH METHODS

Degai, Tatiana
336 A01

CONTEMPORARY INDIGENOUS ISSUES IN CANADA

Happynook, Tommy
347 A01 PLEISTOCENE ARCHAEOLOGY OF AFRICA Lam, Yin-Lam
350 A01 PRIMATE BEHAVIORAL ECOLOGY Kalan, Ammie
352 A01

HUMAN OSTEOLOGY

Note: You will also need to register in a ANTH 352 lab (ANTH 352 B01-B03).

Murray, Alison

357

A01 THE HUMAN ANIMAL Murray, Alison

372

A01 ECONOMIC UNDERWORLDS AND GLOBALIZATION Gauthier, Melissa
392 A01 THINGS: EXPLORING MATERIAL CULTURES  TBA
393 A01 INDIGENOUS WAYS OF KNOWING Happynook, Tommy
393 A02 CONTEMPORARY TOPICS IN THE ANTHROPOLOGY OF RELIGION - New Course Rudnyckyj, Daromir
393 A03 ANTHROPOLOGY OF TOURISM Guelke, Karoline

393/ RCS 309

A04 RELIGION, SEX AND SEXUALITYNew Course Brown, Rachel

396

A01

COMPARATIVE PERSPECTIVES ON INDIGENOUS LANGUAGES AND CULTURES

Degai, Tatiana

397

A01

THE ARCHAEOLOGY OF DEATH

McGuire, Erin

400-level

Code Sec Title Instructor
400B A01 CURRENT TRENDS IN ANTHROPOLOGICAL THEORY Boudreault-Fournier, A.
449 A01 ARCHAEOLOGY OF THE NW COAST Mackie, Quentin
485 A01 (IN)VISIBLE HISTORIES: HERITAGE AND THE POLITICS OF MEMORY  TBA

Undergraduate advising

 

Available Mon from 1:30-3:00pm by appointment for online advising.

To schedule an online appointment: https://calendly.com/anthua/15min

  • choosing classes
  • registration help
  • transfer credits
  • pre-requisite overrides
  • advice on  directed studies and your major or minor
  • oversees the operation of and changes to the undergraduate program

Honours adviser: Dr. Brian Thom

  • information about the honours program
  • already enrolled in the honours program and have a question

Coop adviser: Anaïs Holdaway or Linda Marlee

Get more information about Anthropology Co-op. Drop by to see Anaïs Holdaway, your Anthropology co-op coordinator in COR B138 ssco@uvic.ca (250-721-7358) or Linda Marlee at sscoop@uvic.ca (250-721-8689).

The UVic calendar has general descriptions and prerequisites for Anthropology courses.

Anthropology's course lists have pdfs with the instructor's specific description of their course.

Anthropology Handbook: Describes the programs and opportunities for undergraduates interested in Anthropology.

Please note: The University reserves the right to limit enrolment and to limit the registration in, or to cancel or revise, any of the courses listed. The university reserves the right to cancel courses if enrollment is not sufficient. Preliminary lists of instructors and courses are subject to change. The curricula may also be changed, as deemed advisable by the Senate of the University. General information about the calendar includes: academic sessions, calendar changes, course values and hours, course experience survey, limit of the University's responsibility, program planning, privacy and access to information, notification of disclosure of personal information to statistics Canada, schedule of classes and the University's right to limit enrollment.

You'll find information on our programs and opportunities in the Undergraduate Studies in Anthropology Handbook

Your Undergraduate Studies in Anthropology Handbook introduces many of the possibilities in the department.