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ANTH 4125/6125

Hunters and Gatherers
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Explores contemporary and past hunter-gatherer societies. The course examines cultural anthropologists' attempts to understand the similarities and differences between the lives of foragers and ourselves, ecological anthropologists' attempts to explain diversity of foraging behaviors, and indigenous peoples' current struggles for legal rights and cultural survival.

When this course is taught as a split level, additional requirements for graduate students: Graduate students will complete additional readings that follow the schedule of topics. They will meet with the instructor on alternating weeks for discussion of these readings. Students will be assigned two professional-level term papers.

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