Course List 2022/2023

This course list for the 2022-2023 academic year is subject to change, with the possibility of some additional ones.
Course outlines will be posted here once they become available.
The official timetable will be available June 1st on the Office of the Registrar site.
For courses requiring an application (4000-level cross-listed with grad students), more information will become available in the spring.

FALL COURSES:

1022A-001
Introduction to Biological Anthropology and Archaeology
Instructors: Professors J. Stock and A. Waters-Rist 

1025F-650
Introduction to Sociocultural and Linguistic Anthropology
Instructor TBD

1027A-650
Introduction to Linguistics
Instructor TBD

2219A-001
Cultures of the Middle East
Professor R. Farah

2222F-001
Debates in Sociocultural Anthropology
Instructor TBD

2226A-001
Biological Anthropology
Professor I. Colquhoun

2229F-001
Principles of Archaeology
Professor P. Timmins

2245F-200
Anthropological Approaches to Language
Professor L. Bell

2251F-001
Language, Gender and Sexuality
Professor T. Granadillo

2265A-650
Primate Behaviour
Professor I. Colquhoun

2272F-650
Anthropology of Tourism
Instructor TBD

2277A-001
Anthropology of Disaster
Professor G. Beckett

2278A-650
Anthropology of Race, Ethnicity and Identity
Professor P. Block

3237A-200
Field Techniques in Linguistics
Professor T. Granadillo

3305F-200
History, Territory and the Politics of Identity
Professor R. Farah

3307A-001
Field Methods in Archaeology
Professor P. Timmins

3311F-001
Bioarchaeology: Practice and Theory
Professor A. Nelson

3312F-001
Historical Archaeology - Interpreting the Recent Past
Professor N. Ferris

3338F-001
Human Skeletal Biology
Professor A. Waters-Rist

3350F-001
Society and Culture I – Historical Perspectives
Professor K. Clark

3356F-200   *new!*
Anthropology and Embodiment
Professor P. Block

4401F-001
Anthropological Thinking and Practice
Professor A. Walsh

4493F-001
Advanced Special Topics: Anthropology of Conservation
Application required. Limited enrolment. Cross-listed with anthropology grad students.
Professor I. Colquhoun

WINTER COURSES:

1021B-001
Introduction to Sociocultural and Linguistic Anthropology
Professors L. Bell and TBD

1026G-650
Introduction to Biological Anthropology and Archaeology
Instructor TBD

1027B-650
Introduction to Linguistics
Instructor TBD

2101B-650
Great Archaeological Sites
Professor P. Timmins

2216G-650
Anthropological Perspectives on Latin America
Instructor TBD

2226B-001
Biological Anthropology
Professor I. Colquhoun

2233G-001
Archaeology of Ontario and the Great Lakes
Professor P. Timmins

2239B-001
Mummies: The Scientific and Cultural Analysis of Human Mummies
Professor A. Nelson

2240B-001
Evolution, Ecology and Human Health
Professor J. Stock

2242B  *new!*
Forensic Anthropology in Fact and Fiction
Professor A. Waters-Rist

2262B-001
Global Commodities
Professor A. walsh

2267B-650
Anthropology of Zoos
Professor I. Colquhoun

2272G-650
Anthropology of Tourism
Instructor TBD

2275B-001
Anthropology of Sex and Gender
Professor L. Bell

2285G-650
Clothing and Culture: The Anthropology of Fashion
Instructor TBD

2290B-650
Cultures of Health, Illness, Disability and Healing
Professor P. Block

3313B-001
Artifact Analysis
Professor P. Timmins

3339G-200
Language Variation and Change
Professor T. Granadillo

3351G-200
Society and Culture II – Identity Power and Social Formation
Professor G. Beckett

3378G-200  *new!*
Bio-Cultural Debates in Race and Ethnicity
Professor P. Block

3389G-200
Risky Passages and Restrictive Borders: Refugees and the Contemporary Challenges
Professor R. Farah

4407G-001
Digital Archaeology and Digital Heritage
Application required. Limited enrolment. Cross-listed with anthropology grad students.
Professor N. Ferris

4412G-001
Language and Power
Application required. Limited enrolment. Cross-listed with Linguistics grad students.
Professor T. Granadillo

4422B-001
Activity and Energetics in the Past
Application required. Limited enrolment. Cross-listed with anthropology grad students.
Professor J. Stock