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    Saint Michael's College
  Jan 16, 2018
2017-2018 Undergraduate Catalog

AN 110 - Introduction to Cultural Anthropology (CEL)

An introduction to the principles and processes of cultural anthropology. The course not only provides students with basic insights into facts and theories, but also, most importantly, the anthropological attitude of a commitment to understanding and tolerating other cultural traditions.

This course includes a substantial community-engaged learning component and students will spend a significant amount of time doing fieldwork in the wider Burlington community. The course fulfills the “Experiential Learning”(EL) component of the Liberal Studies Curriculum.

Prerequisites: None

Full course
Misc. Notes: No credit given for AN-110 if credit has been given for AN-109 or SO-109.
Liberal Studies Curriculum: Experiential Learning or Global Issues that Impact the Common Good or Social and Institutional Dimensions of Human Behavior