Winter 2011 Courses


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Course Number Course Title Instructor
Anthro 16 Native Americans in the 21st Century: Encounters, identity, and Sovereignty in Contemporary America (same as NATIVEAM 16) Mike Wilcox
Anthro 26N Hauntings, Visions, and Prophecy Tanya Luhrmann
Anthro 90B Theory of Cultural and Social Anthropology Paulla Ebron
Anthro 90C Theory of Ecological and Environmental Anthropology (same as HUMBIO 118) Doug Bird
Anthro 91 Method and Evidence in Anthropology Kathy Coll
Anthro 101 The Aztecs and Their Ancestors: Introduction to Mesoamerican Archaeology Ian Robertson
Anthro 104A Foraging for a Living (same as ANTHRO 204A) Brian Codding
Anthro 106 Incas and their Ancestors: Peruvian Archaeology (same as ANTHRO 206A, ARCHLGY 102B) John Rick
Anthro 112 Public Archaeology: Market Street Chinatown Archaeology Project (same as ANTHRO 212, ASNAMST 112) Barbara Voss
Anthro 117A Conservation Medicine in Practice (same as HUMBIO 117) Dan Salkeld
Anthro 120 The Maya Jim Fox
Anthro 130D Spatial Approaches to Social Science (same as ANTHRO 230D,
POLISCI 241S)
Claudia Engel;
J. Rodden
Anthro 135H Conversations in CSRE: Case Studies in the Stanford Community (same as CSRE 135H) Mike Wilcox
Anthro 139 Ethnography of Africa (same as ANTHRO 239) Liisa Malkki
Anthro 148A Nomads of Eurasia: Culture in Transition (same as ANTHRO 248A) Alma Kunanbaeva
Anthro 149 South Asia: History, People, Politics (same as ANTHRO 249) Sharika Thiranagama
Anthro 154A Japan's Postwar Demographic And Social Changes (same as ANTHRO 254A) Harumi Befu
Anthro 161 Human Behavioral Ecology (same as ANTHRO 261, HUMBIO 117H) Rebecca Bird
Anthro 169A New Citizenship: Grassroots Movements for Social Justice in the U.S. (same as CHICANST 168, CSRE 168, FEMST 140H) Kathy Coll
Anthro 171 The Biology and Evolution of Language (same as ANTHRO 271,
HUMBIO 145L)
Jim Fox
Anthro 199 Senior and Master's Paper Writing Workshop (same as ANTHRO 299) Angel Roque
Anthro 204A Foraging for a Living (ANTHRO 104A) Brian Codding
Anthro 206A Incas and their Ancestors: Peruvian Archaeology (same as ANTHRO 106, ARCHLGY 102B) John Rick
Anthro 212 Public Archaeology: Market Street Chinatown Archaeology Project (same as ANTHRO 112, ASNAMST 112) Barbara Voss
Anthro 230D Spatial Approaches to Social Science (same as ANTHRO 130D,
POLISCI 241S)
Claudia Engle;
J. Rodden
Anthro 239 Ethnography of Africa (same as ANTHRO 139) Liisa Malkki
Anthro 248A Nomads of Eurasia: Culture in Transition (same as ANTHRO 148A) Alma Kunanbaeva
Anthro 249 South Asia: History, People, Politics (same as ANTHRO 149) Sharika Thiranagama
Anthro 254A Japan's Postwar Demographic And Social Changes (same as ANTHRO 154A) Harumi Befu
Anthro 261 Human Behavioral Ecology (same as ANTHRO 161, HUMBIO 117H) Rebecca Bird
Anthro 271 The Biology and Evolution of Language (same as ANTHRO 171,
HUMBIO 145L)
Jim Fox
Anthro 299 Senior and Master's Paper Writing Workshop (same as ANTHRO 199) Angel Roque
Anthro 301 History of Anthropological Theory, Culture and Society Sharika Thiranagama
Anthro 302 History of Anthropological Theory, Ecology and Environment Rebecca Bird;
Lisa Curran
Anthro 303 Introduction to Archaeological Theory Ian Hodder
Anthro 311G Introduction to Culture and Society Graduate Studies in Anthropology Jim Ferguson
Anthro 320A Race, Ethnicity, and Language (same as EDUC 389X, LINGUIST 253) H. Alim
Anthro 332 Transformative Design (same as ENGR 231) M. Dryer;
B. Roth;
Sharika Thiranagama
Anthro 342 Anthropology of Mind and Emotion Tanya Luhrmann
Anthro 353 Landscape Paulla Ebron
Anthro 374 Archaeology of Colonialism/Postcolonialisms Barbara Voss
Anthro 376 Archaeology: The Emergence of a Discipline Ian Hodder;
John Rick