Deborah Augsburger, Assistant Professor, Anthropology
Contributing Faculty and Academic Staff
Karl Bahm, Professor, History
Chip Beal, Assistant Professor, First Nations Studies
Olawole Famule, Assistant Professor, Art
Eri Fujieda, Associate Professor, Sociology
Gary W. Johnson, Assistant Professor, First Nations Studies
Marshall Johnson, Professor, Sociology
Brett Jones, Assistant Professor, Music
Priscilla Starratt, Professor, History
Pope Wright, Professor, Art
The Anthropology minor is an interdisciplinary inquiry of the nature and meaning of the concept of culture. It is housed in the Department of Social Inquiry and is a component of the Anthropology/Sociology Program. The Anthropology minor supports the liberal arts mission of the university and seeks to help students be life-long learners by applying the skills of reflective judgment and community responsibility. The Anthropology minor is designed to complement a wide array of majors.
- Demonstrate a critical, historically informed understanding of anthropological inquiry, including concepts, theories, and methods that have been used to study human experience in all its variety.
- Propose and conduct anthropological research using participant-observation, interviews, textual analysis, and other methods, as appropriate.
- Identify and address ethical issues in research and representation, in both one's own and others' work.
- Cultivate awareness and analysis of the role of "culture" in one's own and others' worldviews, practices, identities, and lived experience.
- Engage with diverse people, perspectives, and practices in an open-minded, empathetic, and self-reflective manner.
- Integrate questions, evidence, and interpretation effectively in written and oral presentations.
21 total credits
- Nine of the 21 credits must be at the 300 level or above.
Required Anthropology courses (9 credits required):
Anthropology Elective courses (6 credits required):
Elective courses (6 credits required):