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Anthropology at Laurier is a unique program in Canada. It specializes in researching and teaching the ethnography of the contemporary world.
In senior courses, this year students are able to focus on topics as diverse as Aboriginal Peoples of Canada; Contemporary Issues in India; Cross-Cultural Studies of Change; City Life and Urban Space; Culture as Performance; Africa at the Crossroads; Law, Culture and Society; Life after Socialism; Science, Technology and Culture; and the Anthropology of the Body. They will also learn core disciplinary skills by engaging in participant-observation and in-depth interviews in our two new core courses, AN300 Ethnographic Methods, and AN400 Doing Fieldwork. The latter is our program’s capstone course where students get to pursue their very own ethnographic fieldwork research!
I would love to talk to you if you have any questions about our Program. Please do not hesitate to contact me via email (firstname.lastname@example.org) or over the phone (extension 3342).
Have a great school year!
Click here for a list of Anthropology Learning Outcomes