New Course beginning in 2019:
ANTH 492:10 - ST: Museums: Culture and Heritage on Display, with Dr. Meghann Jack
This course explores the complex and contested world of museums. Approaching the museum from a critical perspective, students will examine how the museum, as both representational and public space, continues to evolve in meaning, reach, method, and purpose. Students will engage with a diversity of museum contexts and sites, across differing regions and cultures, with a particular emphasis on ethnographic and social history museums. The course will consider such key themes as: the origins and idea of the museum; objects, collections, and collecting; memory; the poetics and politics of museum display; museums and their publics; and the challenges of exhibiting cultures.
Class will take place in E6 block
Listed below are all the courses offered by the Department of Anthropology. See the most recent version of the Academic Calendar for details on courses offered in 2018-2019.
Note: Course offerings for 2018-2019 are projected here in order to aid students in planning their course selection. They are subject to change.
For a list of archived course outlines, click here.
For the course descriptions, click here.
|Course Number||Course Title||Course Credits||Year Offered|
|ANTH 111||Introduction to Physical Anthropology/Archaeology||3||Offered every year|
|ANTH 112||Introduction to Socio-Cultural Anthropology||3||Offered every year|
|ANTH 218||Anthropology of Health and Illness||3||Offered every year|
|ANTH 223||Anthropology of Globalization||3||Offered in 2019-2020 and alternate years|
|ANTH 233||Ethnographic Studies||3||Next offered in 2020-2021 and in alternate years|
|ANTH 234||Introduction to Indigenous Anthropology||3||Offered every year|
|ANTH 243||Principles of Archaeology and Prehistoric Societies||3||Offered 2019-2020 and in alternate years|
|ANTH 253||Origins of Cities||3||Next offered 2020-2021 and in alternate years|
|ANTH 303||Anthropological Theory||3||Offered every year|
|ANTH 304||Principles and Methods of Fieldwork||3||Offered 2019-2020 and in alternate years|
|ANTH 305||Anthropological Data Analysis||3||Next offered 2020-2021 and in alternate years|
|ANTH 310||Anthropology of Tourism||3||Offered every year|
|ANTH 320 / DEVS 321||People and Development||3||Offered every year|
|ANTH 321||Celtic Art||3||Not offered 2018-2019|
|ANTH 323||Feminist Anthropology||3||Offered in 2019-2020 and in alternate years|
|ANTH 326||Issues in the Anthropology of Kinship||3||Offered in 2019-2020 and in alternate years|
|ANTH 332||Mi'kmaq Studies: Advanced Critical Issues in Indigenous Anthropology||3||Next offered in 2020-2021 and in alternate years|
|ANTH 341||North American Archaeology||3||Next offered in 2020-2021 and in alternate years|
|ANTH 342||Ancient Mesoamerica||3||Offered in 2019-2020 and in alternate years|
|ANTH 371||Archaeological Field Methods||3||Not offered in 2018-2019|
|ANTH 372||Archaeological Laboratory Methods||3||Not offered in 2018-2019|
|ANTH 400||Honours Thesis Research||6||Offered every year|
|ANTH 415||Anthropology of HIV/AIDS||3||Offered in 2019-2020 and in alternate years|
|ANTH 425||Power and Change||3||Next offered in 2020-2021 and in alternate years|
|ANTH 435||Advanced Indigenous Issues||3||Next offered in 2020-2021 and in alternate years|
|ANTH 445||Advanced Archaeological Seminar||3||Next offered in 2020-2021 and in alternate years|
|ANTH 492||Selected Topics in Anthropology||6|
|ANTH 499||Directed Study||3 or 6|