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ANTH 445 - The Seacoast Through Time


Units: 3
Three hours seminar per week
Prerequisite: ANTH 102   or ANTH 105  
Places the coastal experience in a broad temporal perspective, envisioning the seacoast as a dynamic interface between the marine and terrestrial environments that have provided humans access to a variety of opportunities related to: resource exploitation, transportation, colonization, cultural interaction, trade, conflict, and inspiration. The course examines the multidirectional ways that humans and the ocean interact. Cultures and societies discussed include prehistoric and contemporary groups from around the globe. Specific groups will vary by semester. Students also examine contemporary pressing problems related to these topics, and apply their knowledge of anthropology to recommend ways of resolving them.
Course Fee $0-$200
Graded: Letter Grade
GenEd: D, INTD



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