ANTH 101, Introduction to Anthropology (2 sections)
- ANTH 101.01, Lenik, MWF 12:00-1:10pm, Anne Arundel West 209 (24)
- ANTH 101.02, Ingersoll, TR 8:00-9:50am, Anne Arundel West 209 (24)
ANTH 200, 3 courses (course descriptions in catalog)
- ANTH 202.01, Archaeology Practicum, King, TR 10-11:15am, Anne Arundel West 104 (16)
- ANTH 230.01, Cultural Anthropology, Ingersoll, TR 10:00-11:50am, Anne Arundel West 209 (24)
- ANTH 250.01, Language and Culture, Roberts, MWF 9:20-10:30am, Anne Arundel West 209 (24)
ANTH 300, 6 courses (course descriptions in catalog except for three topics courses)
- ANTH 349.01, Anthropological Theory, Roberts, MWF 10:40-11:50am, Anne Arundel West 104 (16)
- ANTH 351.01, Underwater Archaeology, Langley, M 6:00-9:50pm, Anne Arundel West 209 (24)
- ANTH 352.01, Topics: Anthropology of Drinking, Smoking & Vice, Lenik, MW 2:40-4:30pm, Anne Arundel West 209 (24)
This course explores anthropological approaches to drinking, smoking, gambling, and other behaviors collectively known as vices. Despite the risks that are involved, including abuse, addiction, and violence, there are extensive traditions in cultures around the world of the production, distribution, and consumption of substances, or the participation in vices in both officially sanctioned and illicit economies. The course draws from the work of archaeologists, ethnographers, medical anthropologists, and others to investigate the historical development, material culture, and social relationships surrounding drinking, smoking, and vice.
ANTH 352.02, Topics: Slavery on the St. Mary’s Landscape, King, TR 2:00-3:50pm, Anne Arundel West 209 (20)
This course explores the history and legacy of slavery on the St. Mary’s landscape through a critical examination of documents, objects, landscapes, and oral history narratives. Students will read selected key texts in the interpretation of American slavery and use those interpretations to inform their collection, analysis, and interpretation of data concerning slavery in the St. Mary’s landscape. Students will also consider how the history and memory of slavery is represented in the contemporary landscape. This course fulfills requirements for the African and African Diaspora Studies minor and the Museum Studies minor. Prerequisite: ANTH 101 or permission of the instructors.
ANTH 352.03, Topics: Geographic Information Systems: Humans and Their Environment, Strickland, TR 6:00-7:50pm, Kent Hall 115 (16)
This course aims to introduce you to the basic functions of Geographic Information Systems (GIS). This includes gaining an understanding of basic map making skills and analysis. The course will cover georeferencing, coordinate systems, working with and collecting quantitative and qualitative data, using both vector and raster datasets, and visualization and interpretation of collected data. Specific applications within the social sciences will be explored through thematic mapping and spatial statistics. Analysis will cover a range of data types, including census data, archaeological site data, and usercollected data. Practical work will be introduced and completed using ESRI ArcGIS software and opensource QGIS.
ANTH 385.01, Seminar in Research Methods, King, TR 8:00-9:50am, Anne Arundel West 104 (16)
ANTH 400, 1 course (course descriptions in catalog)
- ANTH 490.01, Senior Tutorial, Roberts, MWF 1:20-2:30pm, Anne Arundel West 104 (16)
11 Anthropology courses, 12 sections