Undergraduate spring courses 2018

Anthropology lectures begin Wednesday, January 3, 2017. Your lab/tutorial sections begin the week of January 8th. 

Here is a tentative course list for the Spring 2018.  This course list will be dependent upon enrollment numbers. Please call or email us for more information.

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 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.

100-level

100     

A01 - A02

INTRODUCTION TO ANTHROPOLOGY - LECTURE

McGuire, Erin

100 T01 - T19

INTRODUCTION TO ANTHROPOLOGY TUTORIAL

Tutorials start the week of January 8th

TBA
150 A01

EXPLORING ANTHROPOLOGY: ARCHAEOLOGY

Mackie, Quentin

200-level

Code Sec Title Instructor
200 A01

CULTURAL AND SOCIAL ANTHROPOLOGY - LECTURE

Gauthier, Melissa
200 T01-T04

CULTURAL AND SOCIAL ANTHROPOLOGY - TUTORIAL

 Tutorials start the week of January 8

Specker, Sharonne
240 A01

ARCHAEOLOGY - LECTURE

 

Lam, Yin
240 B01-B05

ARCHAEOLOGY - LAB

Labs start the week of January 8

Wigen, Rebecca
250 A01

BIOLOGICAL ANTHROPOLOGY - LECTURE

 

Kurki, Helen
250 B01-B05

BIOLOGICAL ANTHROPOLOGY - LAB

Labs start the week of January 8

Wigen, Rebecca
260 A01 INTRODUCTION TO ANTHROPOLOGICAL RESEARCH Gauthier, Melissa

300-level

Code Sec Title Instructor
304 A01 TECHNOLOGY AND CULTURE Mitchell, Lisa
311 A01 INTRODUCTION TO ENGAGED AND PRACTICING ANTHROPOLOGY Thom, Brian
318 A01 ETHNOGRAPHIC RESEARCH METHODS Thom, Brian
319 A01 RESEARCH METHODS IN ARCHAEOLOGY + BIOLOGICAL ANTH Lam, Yin
329 A01 ANTHROPOLOGY OF SOUTHEAST ASIA - NEW COURSE Rudnyckyj, Daromir
340 A01 ARCHAEOLOGY OF BC McKechnie, Iain

341

A01

PALEOLITHIC ARCHAEOLOGY

Nowell, April

356 A01 SEX AND DRUGS, BIOLOGY AND CULTURE Roth, Eric
360 A01 ZOOARCHAEOLOGY McKechnie, Iain
361 A01 ARCHAEOLOGY OF MEDIEVAL EUROPE - NEW COURSE McGurie, Erin
365 A01 COLONIALISM AND DAILY LIFE Stahl, Ann
371 A02 ANTHROPOLOGY OF MEXICO Gauthier, Melissa
392 A01 ARCHAEOLOGY OF THE AMAZON Stahl, Peter
393 A01 EXHIBITING CULTURE: ANTHROPOLOGY AND MUSEUMS Walsh, Andrea
393 A02 ANTHROPOLOGY OF THE INTERNET - NEW COURSE Hagestedt, Betsy
394 A01 GREAT DEBATES IN HUMAN EVOLUTION - NEW ONLINE COURSE Chang, Melanie

400-level

Code Sec Title Instructor
400B A01 CURRENT TRENDS IN ANTHROPOLOGICAL THEORY Matwychuk, Margo
408/520A A01/A01 ANTHROPOLOGY AND PHOTOGRAPHY Walsh, Andrea
409/520A A01/A02 APPLIED ETHNOGRAPHIC FILM Boudreault-Fournier, A
441 A01 ARCHAEOLOGICAL METHOD AND THEORY Nowell, April
449 A01 ARCHAEOLOGY OF THE NORTHWEST COAST Mackie, Quentin
452 A01 ADVANCE TOPICS: HUMAN OSTEOLOGY-FORENSICS Donaldson, Ranald
454 A01 METHOD AND THEORY IN BIOARCHAEOLOGY - NEW COURSE Kurki, Helen
455 A01 ADVANCED TOPICS: ANTHROPOLOGY OF HIV/AIDS Roth, Eric
499 A01 HONOURS SEMINAR Rudnyckyj, Daromir

Anthropology undergraduate advising

Advising

  • Do you want to know the course requirements for Majors, Minors or Honours? 
  • Do you want to know if a course can be transferred to our department?
  • Do you already have credit for a course and want to know your options if you take it again under another theme?
  • Having problems registering yourself in an ANTH course?
  • Interested in directed studies?

Anthropology Department's Advisers

Visit or email one of your advisers.

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.