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Current Outlines & Timetable

Anthropology Graduate Course Offerings for 2015-16

Overview and brief course descriptions

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Course Outlines are usually available two weeks before class begins. Note: Timetable may be subject to change.

Fall Term Courses - Beginning in September

(The first day of the term for graduate and undergraduate courses is Thursday, Sept 10, 2015.)

OutlinesTitleInstructorTime & Location

Required Course in Both Terms

Anthropology 9010 A/B

 

Graduate Research Seminar

*Four terms enrollment (AUDIT) required for all full-time students (two terms for part time students)

Fri, 2:30-3:30, SSC 2257

Required First Term Courses

Anthropology 9100A

Archaeology Theory

Required for bioarchaeology and archaeology students, including applied archaeology (where appropriate to the research project, 9200A may be substituted)

Jean-Francois Millaire
Fri, 9:30-12:30
Anthropology 9200A

Sociocultural Anthropology Theory

Required for sociocultural and linguistic anthropology students (where appropriate to the research project, 9100A may be substituted)

Andrew Walsh Fri, 9:30-12:30

Optional First Term Courses

Anthropology 9001A

Professional Development

This course is open to students in all fields of anthropology

Lisa Hodgetts Thu, 9:30-12:30
Anthropology 9103A

Regional Topics in Archaeology: Advanced Ontario/Great Lakes Archaeology

Cross-listed with Anthropology 4494F

Chris Ellis Wed, 9:30-12:30
Anthropology 9104A

Special Topics in Bioarchaeology: Skeletal Biology

Cross-listed with Anthropology 3338F

Alexis Dolphin Mon, 9:30-12:30
Anthropology 9107A

Biomedical Anthropology & Evolutionary Medicine

Cross-listed with Anthropology 3340B

El Molto Wed, 2:30-5:30
Anthropology 9217A

Topics in Anthropology & Embodiment: Contagion, Plague & Public Health

Regna Darnell

Mon, 2:30-5:30

Anthropology 9225A

Special Topics in Sociocultural Anthropology: History of Anthropological Thought

Cross-listed with Anthropology 3301E (first term only)

Kim Clark Thu, 8:30-11:30
Anthropology 9227A

Gender & Development: Engaging with Theory, Practice & Advocacy 

Cross-listed with Women's Studies 9592A & Anthropology 4493F

Bipasha Baruah Mon, 10:30-1:30

Winter Term Courses - 2016

(The first day of the term for graduate and undergraduate courses is Monday, January 4, 2016)


OutlinesTitleInstructorTime & Location

Required Course in Both Terms

Anthropology 9010A/B

 

Graduate Research Seminar

*Four terms enrollment (AUDIT) required for all full-time students (two terms for part time students)

 Fri, 2:30-3:30, SSC 2257

Required Second Term Courses

Anthropology 9101B

Research Methods in Archaeology/Bioarchaeology

Required for bioarchaeology and archaeology students, including applied archaeology (where appropriate to the research project , 9201B may be substituted)

Neal Ferris

Fri, 9:30-12:30

Anthropology 9201B

Research Methods in Sociocultural Anthropology

Required for sociocultural and linguistic anthropology students (where appropriate to the research project, 9101B may be substituted)

Adriana Premat

Fri, 9:30-12:30

Anthropology 9110B

Principles of Applied Archaeology

Required for applied archaeology students

Cross-listed with Anthropology 4496B

Peter Timmins

 Wed, 1:30-4:30

Optional Second Term Courses

Anthropology 9002B

GIS in Anthropology

This course is open to students in all fields of anthropology

Cross-listed with Anthropology 4497B

Jean-Francois Millaire

Mon, 9:30-12:30

Anthropology 9102B

Regional topics in Bioarchaeology: Bioarchaeology of the Baja Peninsula.

El Molto

Day & Time TBA

 

Anthropology 9214B

Memory/History & Reconstruction of Identities

This course can be taken for credit towards the MER Collaborative  program

Randa Farah

Wed, 9:30-12:30

Anthropology 9223B

 Anthropology of Migration

This course can be taken for credit towards the MER Collaborative  program

Sherrie Larkin

 Tue, 9:30-12:30

Anthropology 9900B

Special Topics in Anthropology: Biocultural Anthropology

This course is open to all fields of anthropology

Alexis Dolphin

Thu, 9:30-12:30