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Sociology and Anthropology (SOAN)
Sociology and Anthropology
190 Classical Texts in Society, Nature, and Culture (3:3:0). Seminar course that explores the conceptual foundations of social science through readings and discussions of seminal texts by such major figures as Aristotle, Galileo, Hobbes, Kant, Hegel, and Darwin.
670 Special Topics in Sociology and Anthropology (4-8:0-8:0-8). Prerequisites: Graduate standing or permission of instructor. Provides a cross-disciplinary pedagogical format within the Department of Sociology and Anthropology. Covers a variety of pedagogical formats, such as combining ethnographic field techniques taught in anthropology with sociological-based urban issues, or providing archaeological laboratory analyses with a grounding in statistical techniques continue to be proposed by department faculty.