The schedule of graduate classes for 2014-15 can be found below. Graduate classes in fall term begin on Thursday, September 4, 2014. Winter term courses begin Monday Jan 5, 2015.
Students are expected to attend all classes. If you intend to take courses outside the department, you need to consult with the Graduate Chair, and your supervisor. A form must be completed and submitted to the Graduate Program Assistant in SSC 3324.
If you plan to take a reading course you should first consult with your supervisor and with the faculty member who will be supervising the reading course, and then obtain the Graduate Chair's approval.
Please submit your course pre-registration form by July 10. On-line registration for graduate courses will begin in early August for fall term, and early December for winter term. Brief descriptions of this year's courses can be found by selecting the link below.
NOTE: Timetable subject to change.
**Course Outlines available two weeks before class begins**
(The first day of the term for graduate and undergraduate courses is Thursday, September 4.)
|Outlines||Title||Instructor||Day and Time|
Required Course in Both Terms
Graduate Research Seminar
*Four terms enrollment (AUDIT) required for all full-time students (two terms for part time students)
Required First Term Courses
*Required for bioarchaeology and archaeology students, including applied archaeology (where appropriate to the research project , 9200A may be substituted)
|Jean Francois Millaire||
Sociocultural Anthropology Theory
*Required for sociocultural and linguistic anthropology students (where appropriate to the research project, 9100A may be substituted)
Optional First Term Courses
*This course is open to students in all fields of Anthropology.
Regional Topics in Archaeology:Peopling of the Americas
Political Ecology and Naturecultures: From Struggles over the Environment to a Politics of Conviviality
*This course can be taken for credit towards the E&S Collaborative program.
Special Topics in Sociocultural Anthropology: Ethnographic Writing
(The first day of the term for graduate and undergraduate courses is Monday, January 5, 2015.)
|Outlines||Title||Instructor||Location and Time|
|Required Second Term Courses|
Research Methods in Archaeology/Bioarchaeology
*Required for bioarchaeology and archaeology students, including applied archaeology (where appropriate to the research project, 9201B may be substituted)
Research Methods in Sociocultural Anthropology
*Required for sociocultural and linguistic anthropology students (where appropriate to the research project, 9101B may be substituted)
|Adriana Premat||Fridays, 9:30-12:30|
|Optional Second Term Courses|
|Anthropology 9104B||Special Topics in Bioarchaeology: The Body as Material Culture||Alexis Dolphin||Wednesdays, 1:30-4:30|
Biomedical Anthropology and Evolutionary Medicine
* Cross-listed with Anthropology 3340B
|El Molto||Thursdays, 2:30-5:30|
|Anthropology 9112B||Digital Archaeology and Digital Heritage||Neal Ferris||Mondays, 9:30-12:30|
Advanced Refugee and Migrant Studies
* This course can be taken for credit towards the MER Collaborative program.
|Randa Farah||Wednesdays, 1:30-4:30|
Boas and His World
*Cross-listed with Theory and Criticism 9226B
|Regna Darnell||Tuesdays, 1:30-4:30|