Interdisciplinary Minor Programs
The Anthropology Department offers, or participates in, several minor programs, linking our faculty and students with research and courses across the university. Below you will find more detailed information on these minor programs.
Minor in Environment and Culture
This minor focuses on the study of cultural, social, political and economic aspects of human relations with the environment. More information on the organization of this minor can be found HERE.
Minor in Refugee and Migrant Studies
This minor focuses on the study of the movement of populations in a variety of contexts world-wide. More information on the organization of this minor can be found HERE.
Minor in Latin American Studies
Several members of the Anthropology faculty conduct research and offer courses focused on Latin America, and form a core part of the Minor in Latin American Studies, an interdisciplinary program involving courses from a wide range of departments and faculties. Anthropology courses in this minor are:
- Anthro 2216 F/G: Cultures of Latin America
- Anthro 2232 F/G: Prehistoric Civilizations of Mesoamerica
- Anthro 2234 F/G: Andean Prehistory
Other Anthropology courses focused in part on Latin America are:
- Anthro 2211 F/G: Cultures of the Caribbean
More information on the organization of this minor is available through the History Department and in the Academic Calendar by clicking HERE.
Minor in Gender, Sexuality and Culture
Gender, Sexuality and Culture is an interdisciplinary module administered by the Department of Modern Languages and Literatures and the Department of Women's Studies and Feminist Theory. Anthropology courses in this minor are:
- Anthro 2202 F/G: Sex, Sexuality and Desire - Cross-cultural Explorations of Queer Lives
- Anthro 2255 E: Feminist Perspectives in Anthropology
More information on the organization of this minor can be found in the Academic Calendar available HERE.
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