Spring 2021 classes offered in Anthropology as of Thursday, 03/25/2021 at 08:00 AM
schedSpringANTH report generated: 25-MAR-21


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ANTH 103 Biological Anthropology10226343IA


-ONLGlenn,ME5450
4993

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        Laboratory1122635
IA


-ONLGlenn,ME2725
2993

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        Laboratory1222636
IA


-ONLGlenn,ME2725
2990

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ANTH 104 Cultural Anthropology1226223IA


-ONLAdams,DB4545
0990

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ANTH 105 Archaeology & World Prehistory1226233IA

M13:00-14:20ONLRamsier,MA4529
16990

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Ramsier,MA



990

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ANTH 210 Intro to Anthropology Major1238441IA
01/19T17:00-17:50ONLPatino,MR2420
4990

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03/09T17:00-17:50ONLPatino,MR



990

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05/04T17:00-17:50ONLPatino,MR



990

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-ONLPatino,MR



990

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ANTH 302 Anthropology of Religion1226303IA


-ONLRobertson,RE4550
-59913

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ANTH 305 Human Evolutionary Health1226373IA


-ONLGlenn,ME4551
-6995

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ANTH 307 Vikings: Myths & Legends1227273below

R09:00-09:50ONLKlessig,BK4548
-3991

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-ONLKlessig,BK



991

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ANTH 310 Theory and History in Anth1238454IA


-ONLUlmer,GL2018
2990

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ANTH 318 Ethnography1226264IA

M14:00-14:50ONLRobertson,RE2423
1991

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-ONLRobertson,RE



991

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ANTH 329 Living in the Anthropocene1238464below


-ONLUlmer,GL2425
-1990

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ANTH 330 Method and Theory in Bioanth1226334IA

W11:00-12:20ONLRamsier,MA2425
-1990

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-ONLRamsier,MA



990

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ANTH 331 Paleoanthropology1238474IA


-ONLPatino,MR2425
-1990SR
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ANTH 332 Skeletal Biology & Forensics1238484IA

M11:00-12:20ONLRamsier,MA2425
-1990

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-ONLRamsier,MA



990

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ANTH 340 Language and Culture1238494IA

T09:00-10:20ONLScoggin,ML2420
4990

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-ONLScoggin,ML



990

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ANTH 354 Cultural Resource Management1226314IA


-ONLCortes-Rincon,M
Angeloff,NA
2416
8990

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ANTH 387 Int'l Education Colloquium1226321IA
01/25M19:00-21:20ONLSebro,T203
17990
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02/08-02/12
-ONLSebro,T



990
NONETexts
ANTH 410 Anthropology Capstone1226274IA

M15:00-15:50ONLRobertson,RE2024
-4990

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-ONLRobertson,RE



990

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ANTH 482 Anth Internship/Lab/Research1238842below
01/22F12:00-12:50ONLPatino,MR2014
6990
NONETexts






03/12F12:00-12:50ONLPatino,MR



990
NONETexts






04/23F12:00-12:50ONLPatino,MR



990
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-ONLPatino,MR



990
NONETexts
ANTH 483 Anthro Teaching & Leadership1238852below
01/29F12:00-12:50ONLPatino,MR207
13990

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03/05F12:00-12:50ONLPatino,MR



990

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04/30F12:00-12:50ONLPatino,MR



990

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-ONLPatino,MR



990

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ANTH 499 Independent Study1233021IA


-ONL
50
5990
NONETexts
ANTH 499 Independent Study2233032IA


-ONLCortes-Rincon,M52
300
NONETexts
ANTH 499 Independent Study5235322IA


-ONL
30
3990
NONETexts
ANTH 499 Independent Study3233043IA


-ONLCortes-Rincon,M51
4990
NONETexts
ANTH 499 Independent Study6240753IA


-ONLUlmer,GL32
100
NONETexts
ANTH 499 Independent Study4233054IA


-ONL
50
5990
NONETexts
ANTH 499 Independent Study00
1-4IA


-ONL
10
1990
NONETexts
ANTH 674 Research Project Design1241763IA





10
100

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ANTH 690 Thesis/Project1241721-6IA





10
100
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* Rsrvd: indicates number of seats reserved for new students during registration for Fall term (up to 35% of seats in lower division general education classes). Unused seats are released to continuing students on July 1st.
* Avail: indicates the total number of seats open to all students. This number may be reduced by enrollments in other cross-listed class sections.
* Wait Cap: indicates the number of waitlist seats available for the class
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* Sust: classes designated as Sustainability Focused (SF) or Sustainability Related (SR)
* Permanent Text Status: If the particular course is indicated as NONE, there are no required texts. If indicated as FREE, text materials are offered free to students.
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Class notes
schedSpringANTH report generated: 25-MAR-21
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Class Notes
ANTH 307 Vikings: Myths & Legends22727IA,Special Topic Description: Investigate the Vikings of legend as they were a thousand years ago and their influence on today's culture and media. Examine the material evidence scattered throughout Europe and the Mid-East.
ANTH 329 Living in the Anthropocene23846IA,Special Topic Description: This course examines relationships between environment, health, and society, focusing on the effects of development and globalization on environmental issues such as climate change, pollution and waste, energy, and disasters.
ANTH 482 Anth Internship/Lab/Research23884IA,There will be three online class meetings from 12:00-12:50 on 1/22, 3/12, and 4/23.
ANTH 483 Anthro Teaching & Leadership23885IA,There will be three online class meetings from 12:00-12:50 on 1/29, 3/5, and 4/30.