Anthropology (ANTY)

ANTY 101H - Anthro & the Human Experience. 3 Credits.

Offered autumn and spring. Offered intermittently in summer. A survey of anthropology which introduces the fundamental concepts, methods and perspectives of the field. The description and analysis of human culture, its growth and change. The nature and functions of social institutions.

Gen Ed Attributes: Historical & Cultural Studies, Cultural Intl Diversity (X)

ANTY 102H - Intro to South & S. East Asia. 3 Credits.

Offered intermittently. An introduction to South and Southeast Asian regions, cultures, societies, and histories, with particular emphasis on artistic, religious and literary traditions from prehistory to the present. Countries include India, Indonesia, Vietnam, Thailand, Sri Lanka, Pakistan and Nepal. An overview approach with different materials and emphases.

Gen Ed Attributes: Historical & Cultural Studies, Cultural Intl Diversity (X)

ANTY 103H - Intro Latin American Studies. 3 Credits.

Offered intermittently. Multidisciplinary survey and introduction to Latin America from pre- Columbian times to the present.

Gen Ed Attributes: Historical & Cultural Studies, Cultural Intl Diversity (X)

ANTY 104 - Ancient Migrations. 3 Credits.

Offered intermittently. An exploration of migrations in human prehistory and history as known from DNA studies, the archaeological record, historical linguistics, the human fossil record and history. How these migrations have impacted the culture, institutions, and biology of contemporary societies and populations.

ANTY 122S - Race and Minorities. 3 Credits.

Offered autumn. Analysis of the development and concept of race as a social category and the processes of cultural change within and between ethnic groups.

Gen Ed Attributes: Social Sciences Course (S), Democracy and Citizenship (Y)

ANTY 133X - Food and Culture. 3 Credits.

Offered spring. Examination of the ways culture shapes the satisfaction of a biological need; food production, preparation, choices, customs, taste, taboos, beverages, spices and food distribution around the globe.

Gen Ed Attributes: Cultural Intl Diversity (X)

ANTY 141H - The Silk Road. 3 Credits.

Offered autumn and spring. Introduction to the study of the human communities, cultures, and economies in Central and Southwest Asia along the ancient four thousand mile-long Silk Road.

Gen Ed Attributes: Historical & Cultural Studies, Cultural Intl Diversity (X)

ANTY 150 - Archaeology of Yellowstone: 11,000 Years of Native Americans in Yellowstone National Park. 3 Credits.

Offered Autumn, odd years. Introduces students to the Native American prehistory and history of Yellowstone National Park, from 11,000 years ago to the present. The focus is on archaeological sites in the various areas of the park, including lakes, mountains, obsidian sources, rivers, and geyser basins.

ANTY 150X - Archaeology of Yellowstone: 11,000 Years of Native Americans in Yellowstone National Park. 3 Credits.

Offered Autumn. Introduces students to the Native American prehistory and history of Yellowstone National Park, from 11,000 years ago to the present. The focus is on archaeological sites in the various areas of the park, including lakes, mountains, obsidian sources, rivers, and geyser basins.

Gen Ed Attributes: Cultural Intl Diversity (X)

ANTY 191 - Special Topics. 1-6 Credits.

(R-6) Offered intermittently. Experimental offerings of visiting professors, experimental offerings of new courses, or one-time offerings of current topics.

ANTY 192 - Independent Study. 1-6 Credits.

ANTY 193 - Study Abroad. 1-12 Credits.

ANTY 198 - Internship. 1-6 Credits.

Offered intermittently. Prereq., consent of department. Extended classroom experience which provides practical application of classroom learning during placements off campus. Prior approval must be obtained from the faculty supervisor and the Internship Services office. A maximum of 6 credits of Internship (198, 298, 398, and 498) may count toward graduation.

ANTY 210N - Intro to Physical Anthropology. 3 Credits.

Offered autumn and spring. An introduction to human evolutionary biology including processes of evolution, primate studies, hominid paleontology, and human variation.

Gen Ed Attributes: Natural Science Course (N)

ANTY 211N - Anthropological Genetics. 3 Credits.

Offered intermittently. Genetics-related problems that confront individuals and society. Variation and natural selection in human populations. Designed for non-biology majors.

Gen Ed Attributes: Natural Science Course (N)

ANTY 213N - Physical Anthropology Lab. 1 Credit.

Prereq., or coreq., ANTY 210N. Offered autumn and spring. This lab course allows students to more deeply explore the concepts and materials covered in Introduction to Physical Anthropology. Students will engage in lab based activities involving human genetics and processes of evolution, biology and behavior of non-human primates, human evolution, and modern human adaptation and variation. Gen Ed Attributes: Natural Science Lab Course (N)

Gen Ed Attributes: Natural Science Course (N)

ANTY 216 - Primates in Peril. 3 Credits.

Offered intermittently. An overview of the living primates and their behavior with a focus on conservation issues that have an impact on primates.

ANTY 220S - Culture & Society. 3 Credits.

Offered autumn and spring. Study of social organization of non-western societies; emphasis on variations in ecology, social structure, economic, political and religious beliefs and practices.

Gen Ed Attributes: Social Sciences Course (S), Cultural Intl Diversity (X)

ANTY 241H - Central Asian Culture and Civ. 3 Credits.

Offered autumn even numbered years. Introduction to Central Asia's history, culture and ways of thinking. Focus on the political and social organization of Central Asia and cultural changes as expressed in art and interactions with China, India and the Middle East.

Gen Ed Attributes: Historical & Cultural Studies, Cultural Intl Diversity (X)

ANTY 250S - Intro to Archaeology. 3 Credits.

Offered autumn and spring. What archaeologists do and how they reconstruct past human cultures. Methodological and theoretical approaches to understanding and explaining past human societies.

Gen Ed Attributes: Social Sciences Course (S)

ANTY 251H - Foundations of Civilization. 3 Credits.

Offered intermittently. Focus on the worldwide evolution of human society from Stone Age hunter-gatherers to the beginnings of modern civilization. Approached through the colorful and exciting world of archaeologists and the sites they excavate.

Gen Ed Attributes: Historical & Cultural Studies, Cultural Intl Diversity (X)

ANTY 254H - Arch Wonders of the World. 3 Credits.

Offered spring even numbered years. This course highlights the classical civilizations of the ancient world, fields such as Egyptology and Classical Archaeology, and the major archaeological discoveries which are associated with them.

Gen Ed Attributes: Historical & Cultural Studies, Writing Course-Intermediate, Cultural Intl Diversity (X)

ANTY 291 - Special Topics. 1-6 Credits.

(R-6) Offered intermittently. Experimental offerings of visiting professors, experimental offerings of new courses, or one-time offerings relating to current problems or new developments in the discipline.

ANTY 310 - Human Variation. 3 Credits.

Offered autumn. Prereq., ANTY 210N or consent of instr. Introduction to human biological variation, and to the methods and theories that are used to explain the distribution of variable features.

Gen Ed Attributes: Writing Course-Intermediate

ANTY 312 - Human Evolution. 3 Credits.

Offered autumn. Prereq., ANTY 210N. An exploration of the fossil and archaeological records of the evolution of human beings, and of current methods and theories used in interpreting these data.

ANTY 314 - Principles of Forensic Anthro. 3 Credits.

Offered autumn. Prereq., ANTY 210N. A study of techniques for recovering skeletal material, identifying and interpreting human skeletal remains, keeping records, interacting with the law enforcement system and documenting human rights abuses.

ANTY 318 - Casting & Facial Approximation. 3 Credits.

Offered intermittently. Prereq., ANTY 314 and consent of instr. An exploration of techniques for conservation and replication of skeletal elements, facial reconstruction, and other techniques for identification of individuals from their skeletal remains.

ANTY 323X - Native Peoples of Montana. 3 Credits.

Offered spring. The history and culture of the Indian tribes in Montana.

Gen Ed Attributes: Cultural Intl Diversity (X)

ANTY 326E - Indigenous Peoples & the Ethics of Development. 3 Credits.

Offered spring odd-numbered years. This class will examine the impact of global development on tribal and Indigenous peoples. Discussion topics will include ethical issues, land, health, employment, and cultural change caused by global development as well as explore how and why Indigenous societies resist or adapt to imposed changes.

Gen Ed Attributes: Ethical & Human Values Course, Cultural Intl Diversity (X)

ANTY 330X - Peoples and Cultures of World. 3 Credits.

(R-9) Offered autumn and spring. Study of the peoples of various geographic regions and their cultures.

Gen Ed Attributes: Cultural Intl Diversity (X)

ANTY 333 - Culture and Population. 3 Credits.

Offered autumn, even-numbered years. The relationship between population processes and culture to the human condition; survey data, methodologies, theories of demographic and culture change.

ANTY 336 - Myth, Ritual and Religion. 3 Credits.

Offered autumn odd-numbered years. Theories and practices concerning supernatural phenomena, and the comparative study of world religions and cosmological traditions of indigenous peoples throughout the world.

ANTY 347 - Central Asia and Its Neighbors. 3 Credits.

Offered intermittently. Analysis of the human communities and cultures of Central and Southwest Asia, with particular emphasis on the importance of relationships with neighboring countries and civilizations since ancient times.

ANTY 349 - Social Change in NnWstrn Socts. 3 Credits.

Offered autumn, odd-numbered years. Study of the processes of change, modernization and development.

ANTY 351H - Archaeology of North America. 3 Credits.

Offered autumn. The origins, backgrounds and development of Pre-Columbian American peoples and cultures.

Gen Ed Attributes: Historical & Cultural Studies, Cultural Intl Diversity (X)

ANTY 352X - Archaeology of Montana. 3 Credits.

Offered spring. The origins, distributions and development of aboriginal cultures in Montana and surrounding regions.

Gen Ed Attributes: Cultural Intl Diversity (X)

ANTY 353 - PaleoIndian Archaeology. 3 Credits.

Offered spring or winter, even-numbered years. Examines archaeological, linguistic, biological and skeletal data to determine from where and when Native Americans arrived in North America. Examines archaeological sites from such diverse places as Montana, Siberia, Virginia, and Chile to answer the most intriguing question in contemporary American archaeology today: how, when and from where did people first arrive in the Americas?

ANTY 354H - Mesoamerican Prehistory. 3 Credits.

Offered spring odd-numbered years. The development of civilization and prehistoric states in the New World. Prehistoric lifeways and the effects of European contact on these cultures.

Gen Ed Attributes: Historical & Cultural Studies

ANTY 391 - Special Topics. 1-9 Credits.

(R-9) Offered intermittently. Experimental offerings of visiting professors, experimental offerings of new courses, or one-time offerings of current topics.

ANTY 398 - Internship. 1-6 Credits.

Offered intermittently. Prereq., 9 credits in anthropology; consent of faculty supervisor and cooperative education officer. Practical application of classroom learning through internship in a number of areas such as museology, cultural resource management, and forensics. A maximum of 6 credits of Internship (198, 298, 398, and 498) may count toward graduation.

ANTY 400 - History of Anthropology. 3 Credits.

Offered autumn. Prereq., majors and minors in Anthropology. The development of theory and method in cultural anthropology to the present. Various archaeological, ethnological and socio-psychological theories in the light of historical anthropology.

ANTY 401 - Anthropological Data Analysis. 3 Credits.

Offered autumn. Prereq., M 104, M 105, M 115, M 121, M 122, M 135, M 151 or consent of instr. An analysis of the foundations of anthropological scaling and measurement.

ANTY 402 - Quan Ethnographic Field Methds. 3 Credits.

Offered autumn even numbered years. This course is designed to enhance student understanding of field methods that generate quantitative data describing human behavior. The toolkit of a student completing this course will include knowledge of basic methods that will get you from observing behavior to discussing your research and findings in a professional manner in oral or written formats.

Gen Ed Attributes: Writing Course-Advanced

ANTY 403 - Public Anthropology. 3 Credits.

Offered spring even-numbered years. Prereq., ANTY 101H or 220S, or consent of instr. Focus on the public accountability, transparency and the value and effects of anthropological research for local, national, and transnational communities. Level: Undergraduate

ANTY 404 - Anthropological Museology. 3 Credits.

Offered spring even-numbered years. Prereq., ANTY 101H. Introduction to anthropological museums, museum work and museum theory.

ANTY 408 - Advanced Anthro Statistics. 3 Credits.

Offered intermittently. Prereq., ANTY 401 or consent of inst. Focus on techniques used for microcomputer-based data management and multivariate analysis.

Gen Ed Attributes: Writing Course-Advanced

ANTY 409 - Preceptorship in Anthropology. 1-3 Credits.

(R-6) Offered autumn and spring. Prereq., ANTY 210N, 220S, 250S and consent of instr. Assisting a faculty member by tutoring, grading objective exams, conducting review sessions, and carrying out other class-related responsibilities. Open to juniors, senior, and graduate students with consent of the faculty member with whom they serve. Proposals must be approved by department chair.

ANTY 412 - Osteology. 4 Credits.

Offered autumn. Prereq., ANTY 314 and consent of instr. A detailed examination of the human skeleton with an emphasis on identifying individual bones and their structures. Specifically extended to fragmentary skeletal elements. Direct hands-on experience required.

ANTY 413 - Forensic and Mortuary Arch. 3 Credits.

Offered spring. Prereq., ANTY 314 and consent of instr. Practical approaches to locating, documenting and recovering human skeletal remains, including surface scatters and burials. Emphasis on interpretations of evidence for recovery scene formation and mortuary behavior.

ANTY 415 - Emergence Modern Humans. 3 Credits.

Offered spring. Prereq., ANTY 210N. An exploration of the emergence of "modern" humans and their relationships with Neanderthals. Exploration of what it means to be "a modern human" through an examination of human evolutionary history.

ANTY 416 - Dental Anthropology. 3 Credits.

Offered intermittently. Prereq., ANTY 210N. The use of information from teeth in investigating evolutionary trends, the relationships between human groups, subsistence change, and culture change.

ANTY 418 - Evolution and Genetic Variation in Human Populations. 3 Credits.

Offered spring. Prereq. ANTY 310. Human genetic variation examined from a molecular perspective. Emphasis on the role of infectious disease and other factors as a selective factor in human evolution and exploration of the implications of these associations for human genetic variation.

ANTY 422 - Mind, Culture and Society. 3 Credits.

Offered intermittently. The study of socialization, personality, cognition, and mental health cross-culturally.

ANTY 423 - Culture and Identity. 3 Credits.

Offered spring. The comparative study of identity formation along and across racial, ethnic, and ethno-national lines. Emphasis on issues of ethnogenesis, cultural resistance, transformation, domination, colonialism as well as sharing to understand both the cultural commonalties and differences in identity formation.

ANTY 426 - Culture, Health and Healing. 3 Credits.

Offered autumn. Cross-cultural comparisons of theories and concepts and health and illness. Examination of the impact of these concepts upon health practices and treatment of disease around the world.

ANTY 427 - Anthropology of Gender. 3 Credits.

Offered spring. Comparative study of the history and significance of gender in social life.

ANTY 430 - Social Anthropology. 3 Credits.

Offered intermittently. Seminar style senior capstone course for cultural anthropology students. This course focuses on bringing theory and methods together in written and visual ethnography.

Gen Ed Attributes: Writing Course-Advanced

ANTY 431 - Ethnographic Field Methods. 3 Credits.

Offered intermittently. Prereq., ANTY 220S or consent of instr. Introduction to socio-cultural anthropological methods including participant observation, interviewing and narrative techniques and analysis of qualitative data.

ANTY 433 - Indig Global Health & Healing. 3 Credits.

Offered intermittently. Examination of traditional and contemporary uses of medicine in Native American societies. Issues covered will include current health conditions of American Indians, and the relationship from a cultural perspective on health, healing and medicine.

ANTY 435 - Drugs, Culture and Society. 3 Credits.

Offered intermittently. Drug use in a cross-cultural perspective. The role of drugs in cultural expression and social interaction. Examination of the prehistory of drug use, drug use in traditional non-Western and Western societies, and drug use in the context of global sociocultural change.

ANTY 440 - Cont. Issues of SSEA. 3 Credits.

Offered intermittently. Prereq., ANTY 102H. An examination of the major issues that affect the contemporary experience of South and Southeast Asians.

ANTY 442 - Cities/Landscapes Central Asia. 3 Credits.

Offered intermittently. Analysis of the main centers of civilization and culture, rich sites and monuments of Central Asia and Southwest Asia since ancient times.

ANTY 444 - Artistic Tradtns Central Asia. 3 Credits.

Offered intermittently. Analysis of the study of human artistic creativity and scientific innovations of various cultures in Central and Southwest Asia since ancient times.

ANTY 450 - Archaeological Theory. 3 Credits.

Offered autumn odd-numbered years. Prereq., ANTY 250S. Historical trends and current major theories and methods in archaeology.

Gen Ed Attributes: Writing Course-Advanced

ANTY 451 - Cultural Resource Management. 3 Credits.

Offered autumn, even-numbered years. Introduction to the laws and practice of cultural resource/heritage property management. Focus on the management of archaeological sites, historic structures, and traditional cultural places due to federal laws. Emphasis is on laying foundation of CRM practices for students interested in pursuing it as a potential career.

ANTY 452 - GIS in Archaeology. 3 Credits.

Offered intermittently. Prereq., ANTY 250s. Anthropological and archaeological data acquisition, management, and analysis using Geographic Information Systems (GIS) tools and techniques.

ANTY 454 - Lithic Technology. 3 Credits.

Offered autumn odd-numbered years. Prereq., ANTY 250S and consent of instr. Analysis of stone artifacts and debitage.

ANTY 455 - Artifact Analysis. 3 Credits.

Offered spring. Prereq., ANTY 250S or consent of instr. Laboratory approaches and techniques for analyzing material culture from technological, stylistic, and chronological perspectives.

Gen Ed Attributes: Writing Course-Advanced

ANTY 456 - Historical Archaeology. 3 Credits.

Offered spring. Prereq., ANTY 250S or consent of instr. Understanding and interpreting the past through historical archaeological remains, methods, and theories. Focuses on historical archaeological sites and topics from the American West, but also examines the field?s global perspective.

ANTY 457 - Arch of the Pacific Northwest. 3 Credits.

Offered autumn odd-numbered years. Introduction to the study of archaeology in the Pacific Northwest region inclusive of the Northwest Coast and Columbia/Fraser-Thompson Plateau. Understanding hunter-gatherer adaptations, evolution of social complexity, and ancient history of contemporary native peoples in the region.

ANTY 458 - Arch of Hunter-Gatherers. 3 Credits.

Offered autumn even-numbered years. Introduction to the archaeological study of hunter-gatherer societies. Primary emphasis on archaeological method and theory.

ANTY 459 - Archof the Arctic/Subarctic. 3 Credits.

Offered spring even-numbered years. Introduction to the study of Arctic and Subarctic archaeology emphasizing the Pleistocene and Holocene prehistory of North America and eastern Siberia. Understanding of methodological problems associated with archaeology in a northern context, the evolution of Inuit, Eskimo, Aleut and Athapaskan cultures, and hunter-gatherer adaptations to northern interior and coastal environments.

ANTY 465 - Arch of the SW United States. 3 Credits.

Offered autumn even-numbered years. The development of the prehistoric communities in the southwestern United States from ancient times to the dawn of history in the area.

ANTY 466 - Archaeological Survey. 1-12 Credits.

(R-12) Prereq., ANTY 250S. Offered autumn. A field course in Montana archaeology.

ANTY 467 - Archaeological Field School. 3-12 Credits.

(R-12) Offered summer and/or winter. Prereq., ANTY 250S and consent of instructor. Provides students with a well-rounded experience in archaeological field methods. Field schools will typically occur at archaeological site locations away from campus. During the archaeological field experience, students may learn methods of excavation, survey, research, and analysis to facilitate their transition to careers as professional archaeologists.

ANTY 476 - Methods for Native Languages. 3 Credits.

(R-6) Offered Spring. In an effort to highlight promising methodologies that will advance the success of Native language acquisition and instruction, students will be exposed to an innovative methodology while being instructed in an Indigenous language.

ANTY 491 - Special Topics. 1-9 Credits.

(R-9) Offered intermittently. Prereq., consent of instr. Experimental offerings of visiting professors, experimental offerings of new courses, or one-time offerings of current topics.

ANTY 492 - Independent Study. 1-6 Credits.

(R-6) Offered every term. Prereq., consent of instr. Course material appropriate to the needs and objectives of the individual student.

ANTY 494 - Seminar/Workshop. 3 Credits.

Offered spring even-numbered years. Advanced analysis of historical and contemporary issues involving human communities, cultures, and economies of a particular region, and that region?s role in the world.

ANTY 495 - Field Experience:. 1-12 Credits.

(R- 12) Offered intermittently. Prereq., consent of instr. Organized field experience in anthropology.

ANTY 500 - Cont Anthro Thought. 3 Credits.

Offered autumn. Prereq., graduate standing or consent of instructor. A review of major contributions to current anthropological theory, with an emphasis on the application of theory to anthropological problems. Significant advances in general theory, symbolic anthropology, critical theory, cultural studies, and postmodernism. Level: Graduate

ANTY 501 - Historical Anthropology. 3 Credits.

Offered intermittently. The location, use, and value of written records in anthropological research. Level: Graduate

ANTY 510 - Sem Human Var & Evol. 3 Credits.

(R-6) Offered autumn. Prereq., ANTY 515. Various topics related to genetic evidence of human biological evolution, morphological and genetic diversity of modern humans, and problems of "race". Level: Graduate

ANTY 512 - Adv Forensic Anthropology. 3 Credits.

(R-6) Offered spring. Prereq., ANTY 515 and consent of instr. Review of traditional methods and exploration of new methods of skeletal analysis, as applied to cases from the forensic collection. Level: Graduate

ANTY 513 - Sem Bioarch & Skel Biol. 3 Credits.

(R-6) Offered spring. Prereq., ANTY 515 or consent of instructor. Theoretical and methodological approaches to the analysis of human skeletal remains derived from archaeological contexts. Demography, health and disease, diet and nutrition, growth, activity patterns, and measures of biological relatedness are interpreted within a biocultural framework. Level: Graduate

ANTY 514 - Sem Paleoanth & Evol Analy. 3 Credits.

(R-6) Offered intermittently. Prereq., ANTY 515 or consent of instructor. Exploration of selected aspects of the human fossil, archaeological, & genetic records and the theories and methods of evolutionary analysis used to analyze them. Level: Graduate

ANTY 515 - Theor & Meth in Bioanth. 3 Credits.

Offered autumn. A detailed review of the body of theory that is foundational for the study of human evolution, human variation, bioarchaeology, forensic anthropology, and primatology, along with a consideration of major methods used to analyze data in these fields. Level: Graduate

ANTY 520 - Seminar in Contemporary Ethnography. 3 Credits.

Offered intermittently. A review and discussion of current ethnographic research. Level: Graduate

ANTY 521 - Applied Anthropology. 3 Credits.

Offered spring odd-numbered years. Study of ways in which anthropological skills may be used in non-academic fields. Level: Graduate

ANTY 522 - Medical Anthropology. 3 Credits.

Offered intermittently. An examination of selected issues and trends in contemporary theory and methodology within medical anthropology. Seminar assignments and discussions focus on understanding the application of anthropological concepts and methods in medical settings and are organized around several topics, including cultural conceptualizations of health, illness and risk; global health; the social and cultural construction of illness; drug and pharmaceutical use; and mental health in cultural context. Level: Graduate

ANTY 550 - Seminar in Archaeology. 3 Credits.

Offered autumn odd-numbered years. A review and discussion of current research. Topics vary. Level: Graduate

ANTY 551 - Seminar Historical Archaeology. 3 Credits.

Offered autumn odd-numbered years. An exploration of theories, methods, and literature in historical archaeology. Level: Graduate

ANTY 553 - Evolutionary Archaeology. 3 Credits.

Offered autumn even-numbered years. Examination of method and theory in Darwinian evolutionary archaeology. Seminar assignments and discussions focus on human behavioral ecology, cultural transmission, and macroevolution. Level: Graduate

ANTY 593 - Professional Project. 1-10 Credits.

(R-10) Offered every term. Prereq., consent of instr. Preparation of a professional paper appropriate to the needs and objectives of the individual student. Level: Graduate

ANTY 595 - Special Topics. 1-9 Credits.

(R-9) Offered intermittently. Experimental offerings of visiting professors, experimental offerings of new courses, or one-time offerings of current topics. Level: Graduate

ANTY 596 - Independent Study. 1-9 Credits.

(R-9) Offered every term. Prereq., consent of instr. Course material appropriate to the needs and objectives of the individual student. Level: Graduate

ANTY 597 - Research. 1-10 Credits.

(R-10) Offered every term. Prereq., consent of instr. Directed individual research and study appropriate to the back ground and objectives of the student. Level: Graduate

ANTY 598 - Internship. 1-6 Credits.

(R-6) Offered intermittently. Prereq., graduate standing and consent of faculty supervisor. Practical application of classroom learning through internship in a number of areas such as museology, cultural resource management and forensics. Written reports are required. Level: Graduate

ANTY 599 - Thesis. 1-10 Credits.

(R-10) Offered every term. Prereq., consent of instr. Preparation of a thesis or manuscript based on research for presentation and/or publication. Level: Graduate

ANTY 600 - Issues Cultural Herit. 3 Credits.

Offered autumn. Prereq., consent of instr. Doctoral dissertation research activties.A review of the range of topics that fall under the umbrella of cultural heritage and a review of theory and practice in one or more of these topics. Level: Graduate

ANTY 601 - Resrch Design & Proposal Prep. 3 Credits.

Offered spring. Prereq., graduate standing. Seminar in the development of anthropological research designs and proposals. Level: Graduate

ANTY 602 - Cultl Herit Policy & Pract. 3 Credits.

Offered spring odd-numbered years. Prereq., graduate standing. Exploration of critical issues in cultural heritage policy emphasizing the regulatory basis for federal CRM, public anthropology, and indigenous people's issues. Hands-on training in the design and production of federal planning documents. Level: Graduate

ANTY 694 - Seminar Cultural Heritage. 1-6 Credits.

(R-6) Offered intermittently. A review and discussion of current research. Topics vary. Level: Graduate

ANTY 697 - Advanced Research. 1-6 Credits.

(R-6) Offered every term. Prereq., consent of instr. Independent research projects, other than dissertation. Level: Graduate

ANTY 699 - Dissertation. 1-10 Credits.

(R-10) Offered every term. Doctoral dissertation research activities. Level: Graduate