Anthropology is the study of humankind - its origins, evolution, and diverse cultures. Courses focus on human evolution, race and human variation, cultural evolution, and various facets of cultures, including religion, economics, myth, social and political organization, kinship, and culture change.
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Nabeel Abraham, Ph.D.
Office: L – 103 Liberal Arts Bldg.
Honors Program Director
Part Time Faculty
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|ANTH 131||Introduction to Anthropology||X||X|
|ANTH 151||Cultures of North America||X|
|ANTH 152||Peoples and Cultures of the Middle East||X||X|
|ANTH 153||Introduction to Archaeology||X|
|ANTH 154||Food, Culture and Economy||X|