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Summer II 2014

Course Title Instructor Section Time Room
CULANTH 170
Advertising/society: Global Collier, Richard 01M MTuWThF 02:00 PM-04:05 PM Allen 326

Course Description

History and development of commercial advertising; advertising as a reflector and/or creator of social and cultural values; advertisements as cultural myths; effects on children, women, and ethnic minorities; advertising and language; relation to political and economic structure; and advertising and world culture. Emphasis on American society complemented by case studies of advertising in Canada, Japan, Mexico, Russia, Western Europe, and selected other countries. Instructor: O'Barr
CULANTH 290S
Current Issues (topics) Cross, Jason 02M MTuWThF 02:00 PM-04:05 PM Perkins 2079

Course Description

Same as Cultural Anthropology 290 except instruction is provided in seminar format. Instructor: Staff
CULANTH 290S
Current Issues (topics) Cross, Jason 03M MTuWThF 10:00 AM-12:05 PM Perkins 2079

Course Description

Same as Cultural Anthropology 290 except instruction is provided in seminar format. Instructor: Staff
CULANTH 290S
Current Issues (topics) Cross, Jason 05 MTuTh 05:00 PM-07:05 PM Perkins 2085

Course Description

Same as Cultural Anthropology 290 except instruction is provided in seminar format. Instructor: Staff
CULANTH 291
Independent Study Staff, Departmental 05 12:00 AM-12:00 AM TBA

Course Description

Individual non-research directed study in a field of special interest on a previously approved topic, under the supervision of a faculty member, resulting in an academic product. With consent of instructor and director of undergraduate studies. One course. Instructor: Staff
CULANTH 293
Research Independent Study Staff, Departmental 05 12:00 AM-12:00 AM TBA

Course Description

Individual research in a field of special interest under the supervision of a faculty member, the central goal of which is a substantive paper or written report containing significant analysis and interpretation of a previously approved topic. With consent of instructor and director of undergraduate studies. Instructor: Staff
CULANTH 293
Research Independent Study Staff, Departmental 10 12:00 AM-12:00 AM TBA

Course Description

Individual research in a field of special interest under the supervision of a faculty member, the central goal of which is a substantive paper or written report containing significant analysis and interpretation of a previously approved topic. With consent of instructor and director of undergraduate studies. Instructor: Staff
CULANTH 425
Globalzation/anti-globalzation Van Vliet, Netta 01M MTuWThF 02:00 PM-04:05 PM Perkins 2060

Course Description

The politics and process of globalization in light of the responses, ideologies, and practices of the anti-globalization movement. Focus on the interrelationship between the analysis of globalization and policy formulation on such topics as social justice, labor, migration, poverty, natural resource management, and citizenship. Case studies from the United States, Latin America, South and East Asia, Africa, and Europe. Instructor: Litzinger
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