Applying Anthropological Research Methodologies (ANT4111.01)

Noah Coburn

This course is an advanced seminar that will apply skills learned in Anthropological Research Methodologies. The class will work collectively to do a local ethnographic study. Depending upon the skills and interests of each student, the class will design a research proposal and then carry out key research techniques. Finally students will be asked to present this work in a collective piece of ethnography. Note that that students are also required to be simultaneously enrolled in Anthropological Research Methodologies and that significant course time outside of the scheduled class period may be required.

Corequisites: Student must also enroll in ANT4110.01 Anthropological Research Methodologies

Prerequisites: At least one anthropology course and/or multiple social science classes and permission of the instructor.
Credits: 2
Th 4:10pm-6:00pm
Maximum Enrollment: 8
Course Frequency:
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