ANTH 004 - (BH, CC) World CulturesSemester Hours: 3
Understanding global diversity and appreciating cultural difference are two principles of anthropology that every student will find useful, regardless of their major or career path. Using a holistic, comparative, and cultural-relativistic perspective, this course examines how communities of people, including our own community, live in an increasingly globalized world. This class will “make the strange familiar and the familiar strange” by encouraging students to critically reflect on the ways they think about, act in, and interpret the world around them.
(Formerly Cultural Diversity.)
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