ANTH 1102. Introduction to Anthropology. 3 hours.
Oasis Title: INTRO ANTHROPOLOGY.
Not open to students with credit in ANTH 2120H.
Variation in human culture and biology from the earliest beginnings to the present, including relationships between human biology, culture, and the environment, and an understanding of contemporary cultural differences.
Non-traditional format: This course is also offered through University System of Georgia Independent Study (USGIS).
Offered fall, spring, and summer semesters every year.

ANTH 1103. Introduction to Anthropology Modules. 1 hour.
Oasis Title: INTRO ANTH MODULES.
Corequisite: ANTH 1102.
Small-group format lectures, discussions, exercises, and hands-on experiences with anthropological teaching materials to complement topics covered in introductory anthropology. Emphasizes human-environment relationships, primate ecology and evolution, biological and cultural variation across human societies, and global ecology in human perspective.
Not offered on a regular basis.

(ANTH)CLAS 2000. Introduction to Classical Archaeology. 3 hours.
Oasis Title: CLASSICAL ARCHAEOL.
Concepts and principles of archaeology, including site formation, survey and excavation techniques, artifact retrieval and analysis, chronology, archaeological theory, and contemporary issues such as "ownership" of the past; focus on sites from Greek and Roman antiquity.
Offered spring semester every odd-numbered year.

(ANTH)HONS 2040H. Honors Social Sciences. 6 hours. 3 hours lecture and 3 hours lab per week.
Oasis Title: HON SOCIAL SCIENCES.
Prerequisite: ENGL 1101 and permission of Honors.
Concepts integrating history, government, and the social and behavioral sciences through lectures, seminars, individual research or projects, and writing.
Non-traditional format: Discussion periods include writing and critiquing papers, and student presentations.
Offered fall and spring semesters every year.

(ANTH)HONS 2050H. Honors Social Science. 6 hours. 3 hours lecture and 3 hours lab per week.
Oasis Title: HON SOCIAL SCIENCE.
Prerequisite: ENGL 1101 and permission of Honors.
Concepts integrating history, government, and the social and behavioral sciences through lectures, seminars, individual research or projects, and writing.
Non-traditional format: Discussion periods include writing and critiquing papers, and student presentations. May be offered daily during May session, or as part of a Study Abroad program.
Offered fall and spring semesters every year.

ANTH 2070H-2070L. Culture and Human Biology (Honors). 3 hours. 2 hours lecture and 2 hours lab per week.
Oasis Title: CULTURE/HUMAN BIO.
Prerequisite: Permission of Honors.
The biological bases of human social and cultural behavior from the perspective of biological anthropology. Includes instruction in laboratory methods. Evolutionary history, primate behavior, and human biological diversity will be applied to understanding the interrelationship of biology, culture, and society.
Not offered on a regular basis.

(ANTH)AFST(CMLT)(GEOG)(HIST)(SOCI) 2100. Introduction to Africa. 3 hours.
Oasis Title: INTRO AFRICA.
The history, physical environment (landforms, vegetation, and climate), and sociocultural environment (artistic, political, and social development) of Africa.
Offered fall and spring semesters every year.

ANTH 2120H. Introduction to Anthropology (Honors). 3 hours.
Oasis Title: INTRO TO ANTHRO.
Not open to students with credit in ANTH 1102.
Prerequisite: Permission of Honors.
Variation in human culture and biology from the earliest beginnings to the present, including relationships between human biology, culture, and the environment, and an understanding of contemporary cultural differences.
Offered fall and spring semesters every year.

ANTH(NAMS) 2310. Archaeology of Georgia. 3 hours.
Oasis Title: ARCHAEOLOGY OF GA.
Prerequisite: ANTH 1102 or permission of department.
Twelve thousand years of life in Georgia with an emphasis on relationships to the environment. Examines lifeways of prehistoric and early historic peoples, and the history of Georgia archaeology.
Not offered on a regular basis.

(ANTH)PATH(PBIO) 3010. Fungi: Friends and Foes. 3 hours.
Oasis Title: FUNGI FRIENDS&FOES.
Prerequisite: (BIOL 1103 and BIOL 1103L) or (BIOL 1104 and BIOL 1104L) or BIOL 1107-1107L or BIOL 1108-1108L or (PBIO 1220 and PBIO 1220L).
Impact of fungi on human affairs. Historical and current uses of fungi by humans as well as the roles of fungi in various ecosystems.
Offered spring semester every year.

(ANTH)(AFST)CMLT 3030. Introduction to African Languages and Cultures. 3 hours.
Oasis Title: AFR LANG AND CULT.
Not open to students with credit in SWAH(YORB)(AFAM) 3030.
Overview of African languages and cultures, their diversity and similarities. Critical approach to discourses on Africa.
Offered fall semester every year.

ANTH 3060. Introduction to Paleoanthropology. 3 hours. 3 hours lecture and 1 hour lab per week.
Oasis Title: INTRO TO PALEOANTHR.
Prerequisite: ANTH 1102 or permission of department.
Paleoanthropology as the integrative biocultural study of early human evolution, drawing on human paleontology and paleolithic archaeology to give a holistic understanding of the transitions leading to Homo Sapiens.
Not offered on a regular basis.

ANTH(LING) 3080. Anthropology of Language. 3 hours.
Oasis Title: ANTHRO OF LANGUAGE.
Prerequisite: ANTH 1102 or LING 2100 or permission of department.
Anthropological studies in language, including origins and evolution, prehistory, geographical distribution, typology and classification, language and speech communities. Relationships between language and culture, language and society, and language and environment will be emphasized.
Not offered on a regular basis.

ANTH 3090. Evolution of Human Ecosystems. 3 hours. 3 hours lecture and 1 hour lab per week.
Oasis Title: EVOL HUMAN ECOSYS.
Prerequisite: ANTH 1102 or permission of department.
Prehistoric and historic human ecosystems, from hunting and gathering to states and empires, viewed from a biocultural perspective. Changing human-environment relations over the past 10,000 years.
Not offered on a regular basis.

ANTH 3100. Peoples of the World. 3 hours.
Oasis Title: PEOPLES OF WORLD.
Prerequisite: ANTH 1102 or permission of department.
The way of life of a number of societies from around the world, including hunting and gathering bands, farming and herding tribes and chiefdoms, and pre-industrial states and peasantry.
Offered every year.

(ANTH)CMLT 3180. Introduction to East Asian Cultures. 3 hours.
Oasis Title: INTRO E ASIAN CUL..
Cultures of China, Japan, Korea, and Vietnam, with emphasis on the formation of Chinese culture and its diffusion and variation within the other national groups.
Not offered on a regular basis.

(ANTH)CMLT 3190. Myth in Culture. 3 hours.
Oasis Title: MYTH IN CULTURE.
Literary and anthropological approaches to the study of myth in culture.
Not offered on a regular basis.

ANTH 3200. How the World Works: The Anthropology of Consumption and Globalization. 3 hours.
Oasis Title: CONS GLOB.
Not open to students with credit in ANTH 2200.
Examination of the efforts of anthropologists to understand the contemporary world by providing a broad overview of approaches to the study of cultures of consumption.

ANTH 3220. Introduction to Prehistoric Archaeology. 3 hours.
Oasis Title: INTRO PREHIST ARCH.
Basic concepts and principles of archaeology. Topics covered include history of archaeology, site formation processes, survey and excavation techniques, artifact typology and analysis, chronology, activity analysis, and general archaeological theory.
Not offered on a regular basis.

ANTH 3230. Material Culture. 3 hours.
Oasis Title: MATERIAL CULTURE.
Prerequisite: ANTH 1102 or ANTH 2120H or permission of department.
Relationships between humans and material things, with a strong emphasis on the material culture of Georgia from 10,000 BC until about AD 1900.
Non-traditional format: Lecture will be presented within laboratory format to allow strong hands-on component to the course.
Offered every year.

(ANTH)CMLT 3240. The Gypsies: Last Nomads of the Modern World. 3 hours.
Oasis Title: GYPSY CULTURES.
The Roma tribes of Central and Eastern Europe, including their cultures, customs, languages, literature, and music.
Not offered on a regular basis.

(ANTH)CMLT 3241. Minorities in Europe. 3 hours.
Oasis Title: MINORITIES IN EUR.
Anti-semitism and anti-Roma sentiments and practices in Central and East Europe. How the European Union is addressing this problem and future prospects for these minorities at risk.
Offered summer semester every year.

ANTH 3250. Old World Archaeology. 3 hours.
Oasis Title: OLD WORLD ARCH.
Cultural developments in the Old World from the first hominid to the beginnings of urban civilization. Emphasis on bio-cultural and environmental adaptation in prehistory.
Not offered on a regular basis.

ANTH(NAMS) 3270. New World Archaeology. 3 hours.
Oasis Title: NEW WORLD ARCH.
Cultural variation in the Americas from the end of the Pleistocene to the time of intensive European contact, with emphasis on human/environmental interactions.
Not offered on a regular basis.

ANTH 3290. Prehistory of Europe. 3 hours.
Oasis Title: PREHIST OF EUROPE.
Exploration and examination of the archaeological evidence for mankindís prehistoric experience in Europe and the development of Old World cultures based on the archaeological support for these ideas. Paleoecological, climatological, and geo-biological models will also be used to examine the spread of humans across the European continent in the Pleistocene.
Offered summer semester every year.

ANTH(NAMS) 3410. Contemporary Native America. 3 hours.
Oasis Title: CONTEMP NATIVE AMER.
Not open to students with credit in ANTH 3410.
Cultural diversity of contemporary Native American tribes of the continental United States and Alaska, including lifestyles, politics, literature, music, art, and socioeconomic conditions.
Not offered on a regular basis.

ANTH(NAMS) 3410H. Contemporary Native America (Honors). 3 hours.
Oasis Title: COMTEMP NATIVE AMER.
Not open to students with credit in ANTH(NAMS) 3410.
Prerequisite: (ANTH 1102 or ANTH 2120H) and permission of Honors.
Cultural diversity of contemporary Native American tribes of the continental United States and Alaska, including lifestyles, politics, literature, music, art, and socioeconomic conditions.
Non-traditional format: When course is taken as part of a summer field school, all lectures and demonstrations will total the equivalent amount of time as the traditional three hours lecture per week during a semester. The emphasis is on direct experiential contact with Native America -- landscape, ceremony, and culture.
Not offered on a regular basis.

ANTH(NAMS) 3430. Indians of Mexico and Central America. 3 hours.
Oasis Title: INDIAN MEX & CEN AM.
Not open to students with credit in ANTH 3430.
The native peoples of Mexico and Central America, including their past, traditional culture, and problems they face in the modern world.
Not offered on a regular basis.

(ANTH)HORT(PBIO) 3440. Herbs, Spices, and Medicinal Plants. 2 hours.
Oasis Title: HERB&MEDICINAL PLTS.
Historical and contemporary significance of herbs, spices, and medicinal plants in human culture and commerce; chemical and biological characteristics; commercial production techniques; application in modern and traditional medical systems.
Offered fall semester every year.

ANTH(AFST) 3460. Africa: Peoples and Institutions. 3 hours.
Oasis Title: AFRICA PEOPLES/INST.
Prerequisite: ANTH 1102 or ANTH 2120H or permission of department.
Peoples and institutions of Africa, south of the Sahara, starting with earliest evidence of indigenous peoples, with special emphasis on current changes.
Not offered on a regular basis.

ANTH 3530. Anthropology of Folk Medicine. 3 hours.
Oasis Title: ANT FOLK MEDICINE.
A contrast of indigenous medical knowledge and practitioners with ancient formal systems of medicine and modern biomedicine, including medical pluralism in multi-ethnic societies, and the political economy of medicine.
Not offered on a regular basis.

ANTH 3540. Multicultural Health Care. 3 hours.
Oasis Title: MULTICUL HEALTHCARE.
Multicultural diversity of beliefs and practices about health and illness of ethnic groups in the United States as it impacts on health care. Specific consideration of African Americans, Hispanic Americans, Native Americans, and Asian Americans.
Not offered on a regular basis.

ANTH 3541. Anthropology of Eating. 3 hours.
Oasis Title: ANTH OF EATING.
Biocultural aspects of cuisines, taste preferences, political economy of food and body image; cultural and social aspects of food, eating, and food habits, such as cultural identity and social meanings of food.
Offered every year.

ANTH 3550. Introduction to Forensic Anthropology. 3 hours.
Oasis Title: INTRO FORENSIC ANTH.
An introduction to forensic anthropology, focusing on human identification through analysis of bone and teeth. Students learn the basic information used by forensic anthropologists to recognize and evaluate sex, age, stature, genetic origin, disease, and trauma. Human skeletal anatomy, forensic case studies, relevant research, and report writing are included.

ANTH 4010/6010. Historical Ecology. 3 hours.
Oasis Title: HISTORICAL ECOLOGY.
Undergraduate prerequisite: ANTH 1102.
Principles of human impact through time on ecological landscapes and how these principles can guide contemporary communities in the design of future sustainable land and water use. Special focus on the American southern piedmont covering a ten thousand year period from pre-agriculture to post-industrial societies.
Offered fall semester every year.

ANTH 4015/6015. Landscapes and Memories. 3 hours.
Oasis Title: LANDSCAPES/MEMORIES.
Prerequisite: None.
Through readings, discussions, and research projects this course will try to confront what D.W. Meinig's "central problem," "Any landscape is comprised not only of what lies before our eyes but what lies inside our heads."

ANTH(NAMS) 4020/6020. Indians of North America. 3 hours.
Oasis Title: INDIANS OF N AMER.
Not open to students with credit in ANTH 4020/6020.
North American Indian cultures at the time of European contact. Additional topics include origin and development of Indian culture, impact of European contact on native cultures, and problems faced by Native Americans today.
Offered every year.

ANTH(LING) 4030-4030D. Evolution of Human Cognition. 3 hours.
Oasis Title: EVOL HUMAN COG.
Prerequisite or corequisite: ANTH 1102 or PSYC 1101 or EPSY(PSYC)(ARTI)3020.
Examination of the biological evolution of human cognition (consciousness, cognition, and ultimately language), drawing on recent findings in neurobiology, cognitive science, linguistics, paleoanthropology, primatology, cognitive anthropology, cognitive ethology ("mental experience of animals"), cognitive and development psychology, psycholinguistics, evolutionary psychology, and the philosophy of mind/brain.
Offered every year.

ANTH(LING) 4031/6031-4031D/6031D. Evolution of Human Cognition. 3 hours.
Oasis Title: EVOL HUMAN COG.
Not open to students with credit in ANTH(LING) 4030-4030D.
Undergraduate prerequisite or corequisite: ANTH 1102 or PSYC 1101.
Examination of the biological evolution of human cognition (consciousness, cognition, and ultimately language), drawing on recent findings in neurobiology, cognitive science, linguistics, paleoanthropology, primatology, cognitive anthropology, cognitive ethology ("mental experience of animals"), cognitive and development psychology, psycholinguistics, evolutionary psychology, and the philosophy of mind/brain.
Offered spring semester every year.

ANTH 4040/6040. Visual Anthropology. 3 hours.
Oasis Title: VISUAL ANTHROPOLOGY.
Undergraduate prerequisite: ANTH 1102 or permission of major.
Anthropological uses of film, video, and photographs in field research and in the presentation of research results, especially in relation to portrayal of indigenous people.
Not offered on a regular basis.

(ANTH)HONS 4040H. Special Problems Seminar in Social and Behavioral Sciences. 3 hours. 3 hours lab per week.
Oasis Title: SEM SOC & BEH SCI.
Prerequisite: Permission of Honors.
Selected problems in the social and behavioral sciences which have special or current relevance to members of the University community. Topics will vary to meet interest and demand.
Non-traditional format: Discussions include student presentations of material researched for the course. May be held daily during the May session, or as part of a Study Abroad program.
Not offered on a regular basis.

ANTH 4050/6050. Cultural Anthropology. 3 hours.
Oasis Title: CULT ANTHROP.
Undergraduate prerequisite: ANTH 1102 or permission of major.
The analysis and cross-cultural comparison of human institutions.
Not offered on a regular basis.

(ANTH)HONS 4050H. Special Problems Seminar in Social and Behavioral Sciences. 3 hours. 3 hours lab per week.
Oasis Title: SEM SOC & BEH SCI.
Prerequisite: Permission of Honors.
Selected problems in the social and behavioral sciences which have special or current relevance to members of the University community. Topics will vary to meet interest and demand.
Non-traditional format: Discussions include student presentations of material researched for the course. May be held daily during May session, or as part of a Study Abroad program.
Not offered on a regular basis.

ANTH 4060/6060. Agricultural Anthropology. 3 hours.
Oasis Title: AGRI ANTHO.
Undergraduate prerequisite: ANTH 1102.
Origin and evolution of agriculture, comparative analysis of current agricultural issues, and alternative approaches to sustainable food production, emphasizing anthropological perspectives and case studies. Includes farming systems, indigenous knowledge, agrobiodiversity, globalization, farmer-scientists collaboration, interdisciplinary research, and role of anthropology in sustainable agriculture.
Not offered on a regular basis.

ANTH 4070/6070. Cultural Ecology. 3 hours.
Oasis Title: CULTURAL ECOLOGY.
Undergraduate prerequisite: ANTH 1102 or permission of department.
The influence of the environment on human behavior and analysis of common adaptive responses among human populations to particular environments, emphasizing the role of culture in the ecological process.
Not offered on a regular basis.

ANTH(NAMS) 4080/6080. Archaeology of the Southwest. 3 hours.
Oasis Title: ARCH OF SOUTHWEST.
Not open to students with credit in ANTH 3280.
Change and continuity in human life in North America's greater southwest, from the end of the Pleistocene to the twentieth century.
Not offered on a regular basis.

ANTH(LING) 4090/6090. Cognitive Anthropology. 3 hours.
Oasis Title: COGNITIVE ANTH.
Undergraduate prerequisite: ANTH 1102 or permission of major.
Folk systems of knowledge, with an emphasis on how people in different societies culturally identify, define, label, and classify phenomena such as color terms, plants, animals, and other environmental resources.
Not offered on a regular basis.

ANTH 4200/6200. Field Methods in Archaeology. 3-6 hours. Repeatable for maximum 9 hours credit.
Oasis Title: FIELD METHODS ARCH.
Undergraduate prerequisite: Permission of major.
Undergraduate corequisite: ANTH 4240/6240.
Archaeological reconnaissance, survey, excavation, laboratory preparation and analysis of collected materials.
Non-traditional format: This course is taught in the field at an archaeological site, followed by laboratory preparation and analysis of collected materials. During the summer, contact hours can exceed four hours per day, five days per week.
Offered summer semester every year.

ANTH(ECOL) 4210/6210. Zooarchaeology. 4 hours. 3 hours lecture and 2 hours lab per week.
Oasis Title: ZOOARCHAEOLOGY.
Prerequisite: Permission of department.
Animal remains recovered from archaeological sites, studied in light of zoological and archaeological methods and theories and interpreted in terms of human and animal behavior.
Offered every year.

ANTH 4220/6220. Mountain Anthropology. 3 hours.
Oasis Title: MOUNTAIN ANTH.
Undergraduate prerequisite: ANTH 1102.
Mountains and highlands of the world in terms of past and contemporary human adaptations, utilization, and impacts on natural resources. Emphasizes indigenous cultures, mountain ecosystems, biodiversity, tourism and change, and management of mountain cultural and natural resources. Special focus on Himalayas, Andes, and Alps.
Not offered on a regular basis.

ANTH 4240/6240. Laboratory Methods in Archaeology. 3-6 hours. Repeatable for maximum 9 hours credit.
Oasis Title: ARCH LAB METHODS.
Undergraduate prerequisite: Permission of major.
Undergraduate corequisite: ANTH 4200/6200.
Environmental, chronological, preservational, and analytical methods and techniques of archaeological research.
Non-traditional format: This course is taught in the field at an archaeological site. During the summer, contact hours can exceed four hours per day, five days per week.
Not offered on a regular basis.

(ANTH)(AFST)CMLT 4245/6245. Oral Literature in Africa. 3 hours.
Oasis Title: ORAL LIT.
Undergraduate prerequisite or corequisite: ENGL 1102.
Survey course presenting orality as major modus of literary and knowledge production in Africa. Presentation of the institutional carriers of orality (storytellers, etc.). Readings in English translation.

ANTH(BIOL)(ECOL)(ENTO)(PBIO) 4260/6260-4260L/6260L. Natural History Collections Management. 4 hours. 3 hours lecture and 3 hours lab per week.
Oasis Title: NAT HIST COLL MGMT.
Undergraduate prerequisite: Permission of department.
Theories, policies, and operational procedures in the management of natural history collections, including higher category classification, identification, field collecting, accessioning, preparation, curation, and data management.
Offered spring semester every even-numbered year.

(ANTH)(BIOL)ECOL(EETH)(ENTO)(FORS)(GEOL)(PATH)(PBIO) 4261. Museum of Natural History Internship. 3 hours. Repeatable for maximum 6 hours credit. 7 hours lab per week.
Oasis Title: MUS NAT HIST INTERN.
Prerequisite: Permission of instructor and permission of Museum of Natural History.
Supervised work experience with a natural history collection. Students will learn techniques and other procedures for curating materials in a collection of their choice under the direction of collection personnel.
Non-traditional format: Students will maintain regular, weekly work schedules totaling 7 hours per week under the supervision of faculty and other collection personnel associated with the Museum of Natural History.
Offered fall, spring, and summer semesters every year.

ANTH 4262/6262. Transitions from Foraging to Farming. 3 hours.
Oasis Title: FORAGING TO FARMING.
A survey of archaeological evidence for the transition from foraging to farming and herding throughout the world, its causes, and its consequences. Emphasis is on evidence obtained from archaeological studies of human, plant, and non-human animal remains from archaeological sites in Africa, Asia, Australia, Europe, North America, and South America.
Offered spring semester every odd-numbered year.

(ANTH)(FORS)RLST 4270/6270. Field Studies in Recreation, Tourism, and Leisure. 1-10 hours. Repeatable for maximum 10 hours credit.
Oasis Title: REC RES FIELD STUDY.
Undergraduate prerequisite: Permission of department.
Field studies to explore the provision, management and conservation of recreation, tourism, and leisure resources and opportunities.
Non-traditional format: The course will include extended field experience and a series of lectures combined with seminars, presentations, and/or student projects.
Offered summer semester every year.

(ANTH)(AAEC)(ECOL)FORS(GEOG)(INTL)(RLST) 4271/6271. Field Studies in Natural Resources. 1-9 hours. Repeatable for maximum 10 hours credit.
Oasis Title: NAT RES FIELD STUDY.
Prerequisite: Permission of department.
Field studies to explore the management and conservation of natural resources with a focus on issues related to forestry, wildlife, ecology, recreation and tourism, geology, and/or coastal/water resources. The impact of humans on these resources will also be emphasized.
Non-traditional format: The course will include an extended field experience and series of lectures combined with seminars, presentations, and/or student projects.
Offered summer semester every year.

ANTH(FORS)(MARS) 4272/6272. Antarctica: The Fragile Continent. 3-12 hours. Repeatable for maximum 12 hours credit.
Oasis Title: ANTARCTICA.
The bio-physical context and human history of Antarctica, with a specific focus on their relevance to this unique and fragile continent's conservation and sustainable use.
Non-traditional format: This is designed as a study abroad course and thus the majority of hours will be conducted in an international field setting. However, contact hours will always exceed the minimum.
Not offered on a regular basis.

ANTH(ECOL) 4290/6290. Environmental Archaeology. 3 hours.
Oasis Title: ENVIRONMENTAL ARCH.
Survey of theories and methods used to study the relationship between humans and their environment. Emphasis is on subsistence strategies and environmental reconstructions based on archaeological evidence and the techniques of zooarchaeology, paleobotany, and paleonutrition.
Not offered on a regular basis.

ANTH(PBIO) 4300/6300-4300L/6300L. Ethnobotany. 3 hours. 2 hours lecture and 2 hours lab per week.
Oasis Title: ETHNOBOTANY.
Not open to students with credit in ANTH(BTNY) 4300/6300-4300L/6300L.
Undergraduate prerequisite: ANTH 1102 or permission of major.
Ethnobotanical research, with focus on knowledge and utilization of the plant world in traditional societies. Comparisons of societies in tropical forest ecosystems and evaluation of issues relating to intellectual property rights and traditional peoples' knowledge of plant species with potential economic value.
Not offered on a regular basis.

ANTH(NAMS) 4310/6310. Archaeology of Eastern North America. 3 hours.
Oasis Title: ARCH EAST N AMER.
Undergraduate prerequisite: ANTH 3220 or permission of major.
Prehistoric and early historic aboriginal cultural variation in Eastern North America.
Not offered on a regular basis.

ANTH 4320/6320. Anthropology of Migration. 3 hours.
Oasis Title: ANTH MIGRATION.
Undergraduate prerequisite: ANTH 1102.
Theory, method, and case studies of human migration from social and cultural perspectives. Emphasizes role of migration in development change, environmental impact, and ethnic relations in sending and receiving societies. Case studies of transnational movement between developed and underdeveloped regions with a specific focus on the state of Georgia.
Offered every year.

(ANTH)GEOL 4340/6340. Archaeometry. 3 hours.
Oasis Title: ARCHAEOMETRY.
Undergraduate prerequisite: GEOL(ANTH) 4700/6700.
Undergraduate prerequisite or corequisite: GEOL 1121 or GEOL 1121H or GEOL 1122 or GEOL 2350H or ANTH 3220 or ANTH 3250 or ANTH(ECOL) 4210/6210 or CLAS(ANTH) 2000.
Methods of archaeometric analysis including chronometric and instrumental techniques. Absolute age dating and characterization of archaeological materials by physico-chemical analysis.
Offered fall semester every even-numbered year.

ANTH(NAMS) 4460/6460. The Aztecs and the Maya. 3 hours.
Oasis Title: AZTECS & MAYA.
Not open to students with credit in ANTH 3260.
Two indigenous urban societies of the Americas, from farming village beginnings to the Spanish conquest, and their lasting impact on modern middle American culture. Topics include ecology, economy, political organization, urbanism, militarism, beliefs, art, architecture, and literature.
Offered every year.

ANTH(HIST)(NAMS) 4470/6470. The Rise and Fall of the Southeastern Chiefdoms. 3 hours.
Oasis Title: S E CHIEFDOMS.
Not open to students with credit in ANTH(HIST) 4470/6470.
Development of the native societies of the southeastern United States, the exploration of the area by Spain in the sixteenth century, and the consequences of the meeting of the two peoples.
Not offered on a regular basis.

ANTH(HIST) 4480/6480. The Indians of the Old South. 3 hours.
Oasis Title: INDIANS-OLD SOUTH.
Social history of the native peoples of the southern United States from the beginnings of the Spanish missions and the English deerskin and slave trade through Indian removal.
Not offered on a regular basis.

ANTH 4530. Conflict and Disease. 3 hours.
Oasis Title: CONFLICT & DISEASE.
Examination of the intentional promotion of disease as an instrument of warfare from the first reported incidents to the most current and consideration of the implications for the future.
Not offered on a regular basis.

ANTH 4540/6540-4540L/6540L. Environment and Health. 3 hours. 2 hours lecture and 2 hours lab per week.
Oasis Title: ENVIR & HLTH.
Bio-cultural medical anthropology focusing on the interaction among environment, biology, culture, and society as determinants of health and health problems.
Not offered on a regular basis.

ANTH(NAMS) 4550/6550. Ethnohistory. 3 hours.
Oasis Title: ETHNOHISTORY.
Undergraduate prerequisite: ANTH 1102 or permission of major.
The methods used by anthropologists to reconstruct the history of preliterate societies from archaeological evidence, documentary evidence, and oral traditions. The ethnohistory of southeastern United States.
Not offered on a regular basis.

ANTH 4560/6560. Anthropology of Development. 3 hours.
Oasis Title: ANTH OF DEVELOPMENT.
Undergraduate prerequisite: ANTH 1102 or permission of major.
Relationships among development, culture and environment from the world system perspective. Concepts of dependence, hegemony, inequality, and resistance are brought to bear in exploring interlinkages between (and among) underdevelopment, resource exploitation, and local autonomy and self-reliance.
Not offered on a regular basis.

ANTH 4570/6570. Maritime Anthropology. 3 hours.
Oasis Title: MARITIME ANTHRO.
Undergraduate prerequisite: ANTH 1102 or permission of major.
Coastal and marine regions of the world in terms of human occupation, resource utilization, social organization, and human-environmental relationships. Identification of issues in traditional and contemporary management of coastal and marine ecosystems.
Not offered on a regular basis.

ANTH 4580/6580-4580L/6580L. Ecology of Food, Diet, and Nutrition. 3 hours. 2 hours lecture and 2 hours lab per week.
Oasis Title: ECOL FOOD DIET NUTR.
Undergraduate prerequisite: ANTH 1102 or permission of major.
The impact of cultural behavior on the acquisition, preparation, and consumption of potentially edible natural resources.
Not offered on a regular basis.

ANTH 4590/6590. Ecology and Evolution of Human Disease. 3 hours.
Oasis Title: ECOL & EVOL HUM DIS.
Undergraduate prerequisite: ANTH 1102 or BIOL 1104 or BIOL 1108-1108L.
Graduate prerequisite: Permission of Major.
Ecological, evolutionary, and biocultural aspects of human disease. Subjects include the ecology of infectious/parasitic disease pathogens and their human hosts, the evolution of human host-pathogen interactions, the impact of cultural and demographic change in human populations, and the effects of global environmental change on human disease patterns.
Not offered on a regular basis.

ANTH 4630/6630. Field Methods. 3-6 hours. Repeatable for maximum 12 hours credit.
Oasis Title: FIELD METH.
Undergraduate prerequisite: ANTH 1102 or permission of major.
Ethnographic research methods and techniques including interviews, surveys, participant-observation, questionnaires, and dealing with human subjects. Supervised research practicing these skills in a field setting.
Non-traditional format: This course is taught primarily in the field under supervised research conditions. Contact hours vary, but exceed the minimum.
Not offered on a regular basis.

ANTH 4635. International Perspectives on Culture, Ecology, History, and Society. 3-9 hours. Repeatable for maximum 12 hours credit.
Oasis Title: INT PERS CULT ECOL.
Prerequisite: ANTH 1102 or permission of major.
Basic anthropological concepts taught in international settings using local examples. Taught abroad in a study tour format.
Non-traditional format: As course activities take place under study tour conditions abroad, the number of contact hours varies. Contact hours exceed minimum.
Not offered on a regular basis.

(ANTH)RELI 4640/6640. Anthropology of Religion. 3 hours.
Oasis Title: ANT OF RELIGION.
Undergraduate prerequisite: Junior or senior standing or permission of department.
Anthropological approaches to the world's major religions as they relate to complex societies.
Not offered on a regular basis.

(ANTH)GEOL 4700/6700. Archaeological Geology. 3 hours.
Oasis Title: ARCHAEO GEOLOGY.
Archaeological geology examines the use of earth science methods and theories in the study of archaeological sites and their contents. The four major areas covered include: (1) the archaeological site and geology; (2) age determination techniques; (3) exploration techniques; (4) artifact characterization.
Offered fall semester every year.

(ANTH)(NAMS)RELI 4701/6701. Methods in the Study of Native American Culture. 3 hours.
Oasis Title: STDY METHD NTV AMCN.
Not open to students with credit in RELI 4700/6700.
Undergraduate prerequisite: Third-year standing or permission of department.
Undergraduate prerequisite or corequisite: RELI 2004.
Examination of the various methods used to study Native American cultures and religious traditions, including history, anthropology, literature, and history of religions.

ANTH 4710/6710-4710L/6710L. Human Origins. 3 hours. 2 hours lecture and 2 hours lab per week.
Oasis Title: HUMAN ORIGINS.
Undergraduate prerequisite: ANTH 1102 and permission of major.
The evolutionary history of the human species through examination of the fossil record. The fossil record is introduced using precision casts of fossil specimens. Scientific methods are developed by rediscovering major findings. The influence of changing interpretations on the culture of science is demonstrated.
Not offered on a regular basis.

ANTH 4720/6720-4720L/6720L. Forensic Anthropology. 3 hours. 2 hours lecture and 2-3 hours lab per week.
Oasis Title: FORENSIC.
Undergraduate prerequisite: ANTH 1102 or (BIOL 1103 and BIOL 1103L).
Undergraduate prerequisite or corequisite: ANTH 2120H.
Introduction to an application of physical anthropology focusing on human identification through analysis of bone. Students recognize and identify whole and fragmentary bones and teeth, and determine age, sex, stature, racial traits, disease, and trauma from the skeleton. Case studies, hands-on experience, and report writing are included.
Offered every year.

ANTH 4740/6740. Primate Ecology. 3 hours.
Oasis Title: PRIMATE ECOLOGY.
Not open to students with credit in PSYC 5770/7770.
Undergraduate prerequisite: ANTH 1102 or permission of department.
Nonhuman primates in their natural habitats, including biogeography, feeding and ranging behavior, structure and social organization of groups in relation to environment, and primates as members of communities. Specific consideration of conservation issues, especially confrontation with human populations related to land use and development
Not offered on a regular basis.

ANTH 4745/6745. Cross-cultural Human Development. 3 hours.
Oasis Title: HUMAN DEVT.
Undergraduate prerequisite: ANTH 1102.
Cross-cultural and comparative approaches to understanding how humans develop socially, psychologically, and physically across the entire lifespan.
Not offered on a regular basis.

ANTH 4790/6790. Human Adaptation. 3 hours.
Oasis Title: HUMAN ADAPTATION.
Undergraduate prerequisite: ANTH 1102 and permission of major.
Graduate prerequisite: Permission of major.
Human diversity as response to environmental stress, from both a biological and cultural perspective. Topics include adaptation to heat, cold, altitude, malnutrition, and infectious disease; the impact of westernization and technological advancement on human biological function; and growth and development of the individual under environmental stress.
Not offered on a regular basis.

ANTH 4800/6800. Anthropological Approaches to Human Sexuality. 3 hours.
Oasis Title: HUMAN SEXUALITY.
Survey of contemporary understanding of human sexual behavior from diverse anthropological perspectives, including ethnography, primatology, and evolutionary biology.
Not offered on a regular basis.

(ANTH)LING 4860/6860. Sociolinguistics. 3 hours.
Oasis Title: SOCIOLINGUISTICS.
Undergraduate prerequisite: LING 2100 or ENGL(LING) 3030 or ANTH(LING) 3080 or permission of department.
The study of language as a cultural and social phenomenon. Topics include language and meaning, language and world view, language and social behavior, and language and social issues.
Offered every even-numbered year.

ANTH 4900/6900. Special Topics in Anthropology. 3 hours. Repeatable for maximum 9 hours credit.
Oasis Title: SPEC TOPICS-ANTHRO.
Undergraduate prerequisite: ANTH 1102 or permission of major.
Current topics in anthropology.
Not offered on a regular basis.

ANTH 4910. Senior Seminar in Anthropology. 1-3 hours.
Oasis Title: SENIOR SEMINAR ANT.
Prerequisite: Permission of department.
Reading and discussion of contemporary issues in anthropology intended to enhance knowledge and appreciation of the field, in preparation for entry into a graduate program or career for majors in their senior year.

ANTH 4911. Senior Capstone Seminar. 1 hour.
Oasis Title: SENIOR CAPSTONE.
All anthropology majors are required to take this course during their fourth year. The course will provide a series of activities designed to enhance the knowledge and appreciation of anthropology and preparation for graduate program or a career.
Offered spring semester every year.

(ANTH)CRSS(ECOL)(GEOG)(HORT) 4930/6930. Agroecology of Tropical America. 3 hours.
Oasis Title: AGROECOLOGY TROP AM.
Undergraduate prerequisite: Permission of department.
Crops and cropping systems in tropical America; influences of geography, climate, and socioeconomic factors, as well as the impact of agriculture, on the ecosystems of the region.
Offered spring semester every year.

(ANTH)CRSS(ECOL)(GEOG)(HORT) 4931/6931. Agroecology of Tropical America Field Trip. 3-6 hours. Repeatable for maximum 9 hours credit.
Oasis Title: AGECOL TRP FIELD TR.
Not open to students with credit in CRSS(HORT)(ANTH) 4940/6940.
Prerequisite: CRSS(HORT)(ANTH)(ECOL)(GEOG) 4930/6930 or permission of department.
Intensive field study in a tropical Latin American country; crops and cropping systems of tropical America; influences of geography, climate, and socioeconomic factors, as well as the impact of agriculture on the ecosystems of the region. Conducted in a tropical Latin American country.
Non-traditional format: Students will tour a tropical country and receive on-site instruction at a series of different farms and ecological preserves over a period of 18 days.
Offered summer semester every year.

ANTH 4950. Individual Special Topics in Anthropology. 3 hours. Repeatable for maximum 9 hours credit.
Oasis Title: INDIV TOPICS ANT.
Prerequisite: ANTH 1102 and permission of department.
Semi-independent study including reading and discussions of current developments in anthropology carried out as a contract between an individual student and an appropriate instructor.
Non-traditional format: Professor and student will meet as needed.
Not offered on a regular basis.

ANTH 4960H. Directed Reading and/or Projects (Honors). 3 hours.
Oasis Title: DIRECT READ OR PROJ.
Prerequisite: Permission of Honors.
Individual study, reading, or projects with faculty direction.
Non-traditional format: Professor and student will meet as needed.
Not offered on a regular basis.

ANTH 4970H. Directed Reading and/or Projects (Honors). 3 hours.
Oasis Title: DIRECT READ OR PROJ.
Prerequisite: Permission of Honors.
Individual study, reading, or projects with faculty direction.
Non-traditional format: Professor and student will meet as needed.
Not offered on a regular basis.

ANTH 4980H. Directed Reading and/or Projects (Honors). 3 hours.
Oasis Title: DIRECT READ OR PROJ.
Prerequisite: Permission of Honors.
Individual study, reading, or projects with faculty direction.
Non-traditional format: Professor and student will meet as needed.
Not offered on a regular basis.

ANTH 4990H. Honors Thesis. 3 hours.
Oasis Title: HONORS THESIS.
Prerequisite: Permission of Honors.
Individual research in the field of his/her major or in a closely related field.
Non-traditional format: Professor and student meet as needed.
Not offered on a regular basis.

(ANTH)(FORS)RLST 5400/7400-5400L/7400L. Parks and Ecotourism Management. 3 hours. 2 hours lecture and 2 hours lab per week.
Oasis Title: PARK AND ECOTOURISM.
An introduction to the sustainable planning, development, and management of parks, protected areas and ecotourism, worldwide. Classroom lectures will be combined with a field trip, guest speakers, and a group case study to examine six key components of sustainable protected areas and ecotourism management.
Offered spring semester every year.

(ANTH)ECOL(FORS) 6140. Principles of Conservation Ecology and Sustainable Development II. 3 hours.
Oasis Title: CONSERV SUS DEV II.
Prerequisite: ECOL 6080.
Social science dimensions of conservation and sustainable development; social, economic, and political considerations in managing natural resources; policy-level aspects to project implementation.
Offered spring semester every year.

(ANTH)SOCI 6450. Sociopolitical Ecology. 3 hours.
Oasis Title: SOCIOPOL ECOLOGY.
The relationship between humans and the environment; ecological and social theories about environmental policies and problems.
Offered fall semester every year.

ANTH 6490. Foundations of Ecological Anthropology. 3 hours.
Oasis Title: FOUND ECOL ANTH.
Prerequisite: Permission of major.
Human-environment interaction in anthropological perspective from the eighteenth century to the present.
Offered spring semester every year.

ANTH 6520. History of Anthropological Theory. 3 hours.
Oasis Title: HIST ANTH THEORY.
Prerequisite: Permission of major.
The development of anthropological theory.
Offered fall semester every year.

ANTH 6600. Microcomputers for Anthropological Research. 1 hour.
Oasis Title: MICROCOMP ANTH RSCH.
Prerequisite: Permission of major.
Microcomputer hardware and software packages for anthropological research. These include word processing, data management programs, and packages designed specifically for anthropology.
Not offered on a regular basis.

ANTH 6610. Introduction to Research Methods. 3 hours.
Oasis Title: INTRO RES METHODS.
Prerequisite: Permission of major.
Central issues, underlying assumptions, and basic premises of anthropology. Course provides the requisite skills and knowledge for designing an original research project in anthropology.
Not offered on a regular basis.

ANTH 6620. Methods in Sociocultural Anthropology. 3 hours.
Oasis Title: MTHDS SOC-CULTR ANT.
Prerequisite: Permission of major.
Research methods and techniques used in sociocultural anthropology, with emphasis on ethnographic field research, including observation, participant observation, interviewing, questionnaires, testing, and mapping. Methods of data organization, storage, retrieval, and preliminary analyses.
Not offered on a regular basis.

ANTH 6920. Advanced Archaeology. 3 hours.
Oasis Title: ADV ARCHAEOLOGY.
Prerequisite: Permission of major.
Fundamental issues in modern archaeology.
Not offered on a regular basis.

ANTH 6950. Advanced Cultural Anthropology. 3 hours.
Oasis Title: ADV CULTURAL ANTHRO.
Prerequisite: Permission of major.
Cultural and social anthropology.
Not offered on a regular basis.

ANTH 6980. Advanced Biological Anthropology. 3 hours.
Oasis Title: ADV BIO ANT.
Prerequisite: Permission of major.
Current trends in bioanthropology.
Not offered on a regular basis.

ANTH 7000. Master's Research. 1-9 hours. Repeatable for maximum 18 hours credit.
Oasis Title: MASTER'S RESEARCH.
Prerequisite: Permission of major.
Research while enrolled for a master's degree under the direction of faculty members.
Non-traditional format: Independent research under the direction of a faculty member.
Offered fall, spring, and summer semesters every year.

(ANTH)EFND 7150. Anthropology of Education. 3 hours.
Oasis Title: ANTHROPOLOGY OF EDU.
Cultural aspects of educational processes, institutions, and issues in societies around the world organized around comparative analysis. Topics include education as cultural process and social function, as sociocultural structure, as cultural transaction, and as cultural product.
Offered every year.

ANTH 7300. Master's Thesis. 1-9 hours. Repeatable for maximum 18 hours credit.
Oasis Title: MASTER'S THESIS.
Prerequisite: Permission of major.
Thesis writing under the direction of the major professor.
Non-traditional format: Independent research and thesis preparation.
Offered fall, spring, and summer semesters every year.

ANTH 8000. Special Topics in Anthropology. 1-3 hours. Repeatable for maximum 12 hours credit.
Oasis Title: SPEC TOPICS ANTHRO.
Prerequisite: Permission of major.
Intensive study on an individual basis in the field of the graduate student's major interest.
Non-traditional format: Faculty and student will meet regularly to develop and discuss topic.
Offered fall, spring, and summer semesters every year.

ANTH 8040. Seminar in Anthropology. 1-3 hours. Repeatable for maximum 9 hours credit.
Oasis Title: SEMINAR ANTHRO.
Prerequisite: Permission of major.
Selected topics in Anthropology.
Non-traditional format: Number of contact hours depends upon number of credit hours.
Not offered on a regular basis.

ANTH 8060. Primate and Human Ecology. 3 hours.
Oasis Title: PRIM & HUMAN ECOL.
Prerequisite: Permission of major.
Interrelationships among biology, social organization, cultural diversity, and the physical environment. Emphasis is placed on the ecology of human and primate societies that affect and constrain biocultural adaptation.
Not offered on a regular basis.

(ANTH)ECOL 8110. Tropical Ecological and Cultural Systems. 2 hours.
Oasis Title: TRPIC ECL CLTRL SYS.
Prerequisite: ECOL(FORS)(ANTH) 6140.
Characteristics of tropical ecosystems, tropical biological communities, and human cultures in the tropics; how they differ from those in the temperate zone, and the implications for conservation and development.
Offered spring semester every even-numbered year.

ANTH 8200. Seminar in Archaeology. 3 hours. Repeatable for maximum 12 hours credit.
Oasis Title: SEMINAR ARCHAEOLOGY.
Prerequisite: Permission of major.
Areas of special interest in the field of archaeology. Topics to be selected according to need.
Not offered on a regular basis.

(ANTH)MARS 8210. Topics in Coastal Marine Policy. 3 hours.
Oasis Title: COAST MARINE POLICY.
Prerequisite: ECOL(BIOL) 3500-3500L or permission of department.
Coastal marine policy approached from scientific, legal, and anthropological perspectives. This interdisciplinary course provides a general background in coastal policy, and uses a case study approach to examine current topics in marine resource management. Topics include: coastal zone management, coastal groundwater supply, coastal fisheries, development in the coastal zone.
Offered spring semester every odd-numbered year.

ANTH 8400. Human Population Ecology. 3 hours.
Oasis Title: HUMAN POPUL ECOL.
Prerequisite: ANTH 6490 or permission of department.
Theoretical population ecology applied to human populations. Biocultural aspects and multiplicity of causality in discussion/assessment of topics such as: human demography and population regulation; disease ecology and epidemiology in human populations; interrelationships of human nutrition, social inequity, resource exploitation, and population mobility/migration/spatial organization.
Offered every year.

ANTH 8410. Comparative Human Ecological Systems. 3 hours.
Oasis Title: COMP HUM ECO SYS.
Prerequisite: ANTH 6490 or permission of department.
Critical examination of concepts relevant to an ecological analysis of the formation, maintenance, and change of human social groups, considering in turn cultural, biocultural, structural, and neo-Marxist perspectives.
Offered every year.

ANTH 8420. Human Ecosystem Evolution. 3 hours.
Oasis Title: HUMAN ECOSYS EVOLU.
Prerequisite: ANTH 6490 or permission of major.
Evolutionary perspectives on the cultural and biocultural mediation of human-environment relations from the Plio-Pleistocene to the recent past, analyzed in terms of human ecosystem structures and functions, including cybernetics and flows of energy/matter and information; persistence and change as evolutionary and ecological concepts.
Offered every year.

ANTH 8500. Seminar in Ecological Anthropology. 3 hours. Repeatable for maximum 12 hours credit.
Oasis Title: SEM ECOL ANTH.
Prerequisite: ANTH 6490 or permission of major.
Topics in human environmental and ecological systems, including factors that contribute to emergence and maintenance of those systems.
Not offered on a regular basis.

ANTH 8510. Human Behavior. 3 hours.
Oasis Title: HUMAN BEHAVIOR.
Seminar exploring evolutionary approaches to human behavior.
Non-traditional format: Seminar course meets three hours per week.
Not offered on a regular basis.

ANTH 8520. Cultural Dimensions of Biodiversity. 3 hours.
Oasis Title: CUL DIMEN BIODIVERS.
Exploration of the key concepts in the human dimension of biodiversity conservation and analysis of the complementarity between generic and cultural variability. This seminar will expose students to current scientific, legal, and ethical debates and promising methodologies relevant to the problem. Ethnographic fieldwork will occur in Georgia's homegardens, farms, markets, restaurants, and agricultural research stations to map out the interface between culture and biodiversity.

ANTH 8530. Ethnoecology. 3 hours.
Oasis Title: ETHNOECOLOGY.
Review of the basic concepts and methods of ethnoecology, assessments of current developments in the field, particularly aspects related to variation, change and practice, and analysis of their relevance to issues of resource allocation and use.

ANTH 8540. Conservation and Community. 3 hours.
Oasis Title: CONS COMM.
Prerequisite: Permission of department.
Contemporary conservation is characterized by an ongoing debate about the merits of top-down vs. bottom-up approaches in the effort to achieve balance between effectiveness, equity, and justice. This course examines a series of issues related to the anthropological study of conservation through attention to specific case studies.
Offered spring semester every year.

ANTH 8570. Economic Development and Health. 3 hours.
Oasis Title: ECN DEVELOP &HEALTH.
Prerequisite: Permission of major.
Interrelationship of development and medical pluralism on international health from the colonial era to the present.
Not offered on a regular basis.

ANTH 8580. Anthropological Research Ethics. 3 hours.
Oasis Title: RESEARCH ETHICS.
Prerequisite: Permission of department.
Topics on major ethical issues involved in conducting research in the new century as this research relates to human rights and the emerging field of humanitarian law. Special attention on intellectual property and traditional ecological knowledge and practical realities of implementing the 1992 Convention on Biodiversity.
Offered every odd-numbered year.

ANTH 8590. Ecology of Health Research. 3 hours.
Oasis Title: ECL HEALTH RSCH.
Prerequisite: Permission of major.
Anthropological contributions to understanding health and disease within a human ecological framework.
Not offered on a regular basis.

ANTH 8610. Field Methods in Ecological Anthropology. 3 hours. Repeatable for maximum 12 hours credit.
Oasis Title: FIELD METH ECOL ANT.
Prerequisite: Permission of major.
Methods of anthropological research in field settings on environmental and ecological questions and problems, including ethnography, surveys, and formal measurement of resources.
Non-traditional format: Since research projects are supervised in a field setting, the amount of contact hours varies. Contact hours exceed the minimum.
Not offered on a regular basis.

ANTH 8620. Anthropological Data Analysis. 3 hours.
Oasis Title: ANTH DATA ANALYSIS.
Prerequisite: ANTH 6610.
Procedures and techniques of analysis on anthropological data, including microcomputer software data analysis packages, with focus on issues in qualitative research, including text analysis, pattern recognition, matrix displays, and data graphics, and on issues in quantitative research, including hypothesis and model testing.
Not offered on a regular basis.

ANTH 8630. Anthropological Research Design and Proposal Development. 3 hours.
Oasis Title: ANTHRO RSRCH DESIGN.
Prerequisite: Permission of department.
Finding and formulating an anthropological research idea and translating it into a convincing plan for research. Students will develop their own research ideas, discuss evolving research designs in class each week, and prepare an effective proposal.
Not offered on a regular basis.

ANTH(LING) 8880. Field Methods in Linguistics. 3 hours.
Oasis Title: LINGUISTICS METHODS.
Prerequisite: Permission of major.
The techniques of recording and analyzing a foreign language by working directly with a native speaker.
Not offered on a regular basis.

ANTH 9000. Doctoral Research. 1-3 hours. Repeatable for maximum 18 hours credit.
Oasis Title: DOCTORAL RESEARCH.
Prerequisite: Permission of department.
Research while enrolled for a doctoral degree under the direction of faculty members.
Non-traditional format: Independent research under the direction of a faculty member.
Offered fall, spring, and summer semesters every year.

ANTH 9005. Doctoral Graduate Student Seminar. 3 hours. Repeatable for maximum 45 hours credit.
Oasis Title: DOC GRAD STU SEM.
Advanced supervised experience in an applied setting. This course may not be used to satisfy a student's approved program of study.
Non-traditional format: Seminar.
Offered fall, spring, and summer semesters every year.

ANTH 9300. Doctoral Dissertation. 1-9 hours. Repeatable for maximum 18 hours credit.
Oasis Title: DOCT DISSERTATION.
Prerequisite: Permission of department.
Dissertation writing under the direction of the major professor.
Non-traditional format: Independent research and preparation of the doctoral dissertation.
Offered fall, spring, and summer semesters every year.