Humans, Social Systems, and Anthropology
Teacher: Renee Jackson
In this Cultural Anthropology class, we will consider human social systems from ancient to modern eras. Humans have long tried to understand the world we live in by examining how our species has functioned through history in relation to key cultural issues such as gender roles, religion, economics, how we interpret beauty, and other significant aspects of human engagement with its environment. The class will follow a primarily discussion format but will also include work at home and a few quizzes (that may take the form of games played together online).
Instructor: Renee J
Minimum Required Enrollment: 5
Course Length: 50 min class per week/ 16 weeks/ semester
Cost: $160 per semester