Western University AntropologyWestern Social Science

2017 Spring & Summer Courses

Distance Studies - May 8-July 28, 2017

1025F-650 - Introduction to Sociocultural Anthropology
  Instructor Dr. Julianna Beaudoin
  Half course credit: 0.5.

 1026F-650 - Introduction to Biological Anthropology and Archaeology
  Instructor Dr. Karyn Olsen
  Half course credit: 0.5.  

2255E-650 - Feminist Perspectives in Anthropology
  Instructor Dr. Sherrie Larkin
  Full course credit: 1.0. 
  Prerequisite: Any 0.5 or 1.0 essay course in Social Science or Arts and Humanities.

2272F-650 - Anthropology of Tourism
  Instructor Dr. Christine Kennedy
  Half course credit: 0.5. 
  Prerequisite: Any 0.5 or 1.0 essay course in any faculty.

Intersession May-June 2017

3322 – Field Course in Environmental Anthropology (in Madagascar)
Instructor: by Dr. Andrew Walsh
6 weeks in May/June.
Full course credit: 1.0

3324A – Archaeological Field School – Site Management and Service
Instructor: Dr. Neal Ferris
3 weeks: May 16-June 1, 2017, Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays from 10:00-3:00 at the Lawson Site at the Museum of Ontario Archaeology, 1600 Attawandaron Rd, London, Ontario.
Half course credit: 0.5.


3398B – Special Topics in Anthropology: Advanced Zooarchaeology
Instructor: by Dr. Lisa Hodgetts
3 weeks: June 5-23, 2017, Monday-Thursday mornings 9:30-12:30 in SSC-2257
Prerequisite: Anthropology 3310A/B: Zooarchaeology
Half course credit: 0.5.

Summer Evening

3325F/G: Readings in Anthropology (third or fourth year students)
4430F/G: Supervised Readings/Research in Anthropology (fourth year students)
Readings in Anthropology is a course of independent reading and research studying current interests in Anthropology. Students are to make arrangements with a faculty member in the Department of Anthropology and submit an application to the Undergrad Chair for final approval.

F term runs from May 8 to June 16.
G term runs from June 19-July 28.
Deadline: Applications must be submitted and approved before the start date of the term.
Note: Only one reading course is permitted in the spring/summer term.