Western University AntropologyWestern Social Science

Specialization in Anthropology

Revised for 2017

Students who are following a previous year's module that requires ANTH 3301E and have not yet taken it should take ANTH 3350F and 3351G.

Admission Requirements:

Successful completion of first-year requirements with a minimum mark of 60% in 3.0 principal courses including either Anthropology 1020E OR Anthropology 1025F/G and either Anthropology 1026F/G or Anthropology 1027A/B.

Module 9.0 courses:

a) 1.0 course:

2211F/G    Cultures of the Caribbean
2212F/G    Cultures of the Pacific
2216F/G    Cultures of Latin America
2217F/G    First Nations Traditional Cultures of Canada
2218F/G    Contemporary First Nations Issues in Canada
2219F/G    Cultures of the Middle East
2230F/G    Arctic Archaeology
2233F/G    Archaeology of Ontario and the Great Lakes
2234F/G    Andean Prehistory

Note: At least 0.5 must be from 2211F/G-2219F/G.

b) all 3.0 courses:

2222F/G   Debates in Sociocultural Anthropology
2245F/G   Anthropological Approaches to Language
3350F      Society and Culture I: Historical Perspectives
3351G      Society and Culture II: Identity, Power and Social Formation
4400E      Anthropological Thought

Note: 3350F and 3351G make up the former Anthropology 3301E.

c) 1.0 course:

2226A/B   Biological Anthropology
2229F/G   Principles of Archaeology
Linguistics 2247A/B   Phonological Analysis (the former ANTH 2247A/B)
Linguistics 2248A/B   Syntactic Analysis (the former ANTH 2248A/B)

d) 4.0 additional anthropology courses at the 2200 level or above. A maximum of 1.0 course can be from section (a).