Anthropology opens you to the ways people go about the task of being human, relating to one another and to the world around them. We explore how people in different places and times have fun, rule their worlds, conduct business, organize families, practice spirituality, settle legal disputes, build cities, resist exploitation, produce art, find meaning in life, and much more.
Learning outcomes for this program include:
Ethnography is a unique anthropological undertaking based on developing familiarity with culturally diverse realities and on writing analytical descriptions capturing another culture’s point-of-view of the world. By learning the ethnographic craft and developing intercultural understanding, you will gain the practical experience that translates into flexible skills needed in today’s world.
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