Anthropology

Anthropology

Anthropology is the study of various aspects of humans within societies of the past and present.

Faculty

Please contact:
Karsten Stemmann
STEM Divison Dean
Office: M-802
Phone: (530) 741-6786

 

Courses

ANTHR 1-Introduction to Physical Anthropology (3 units) CSU/UC
Study of human biology, genetics, theory of evolution, primatology, changes in humans through time, human fossil record, human variations today, significance of culture. (L)

ANTHR 2-Cultural Anthropology (3 units) CSU/UC
Diversity of cultures from aspects of universals of language, economics, kinship, art, religion, technology, etc.; functional aspects of culture and cultural change; varieties of customs and institutions of different peoples; significance of human culture. (L)

ANTHR 3-Introduction to Archaeology (3 units) CSU/UC
Introduction to the methods and theories of modern archaeology, including site exploration and interpretation. Patterns of evidence for human behavior from the first humans to the beginnings of written history. (L)

 

Links

College Success Center (small group tutoring)

 

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