Specialization in Anthropology
Completion of first-year requirements including 1.0 from: Anthropology 1020 (formerly 1020E) OR one of 1021A/B or 1025F/G combined with one of 1022A/B, 1026F/G or 1027A/B with a mark of at least 60% in each.
Note: Students interested in taking courses in linguistic anthropology in section (c) below should take Anthropology 1027A/B. All other students should take 1022A/B or 1026F/G.
Module 9.0 courses:
(a) 1.0 course from, at least 0.5 must be from 2211F/G-2219F/G including INDIGSTUD 2218F/G:
2211F/G Cultures of the Caribbean
2212F/G Cultures of the Pacific
2216F/G Cultures of Latin America
2219F/G Cultures of the Middle East
2230F/G Arctic Archaeology
2233F/G Archaeology of Ontario and the Great Lakes
2234F/G Andean Prehistory
INDIGSTU 2218F/G Contemporary Indigenous Issues (formerly ANTH 2218F/G)
Also included: the former ANTH/FNS 2217F/G First Nations Traditional Cultures of Canada.
(b) 2.5 courses:
2222F/G Debates in Sociocultural Anthropology (should be taken in second year)
2245F/G Anthropological Approaches to Language (should be taken in second year)
3350F Society and Culture I: Historical Perspectives (taken in third year)
3351G Society and Culture II: Identity, Power and Social Formation (taken in third year)
4401F/G Anthropological Thinking and Practice (anti-requisite of 4400E)
(c) 1.0 course:
2226A/B Biological Anthropology
2229F/G Principles of Archaeology
LING 2247A/B Phonological Analysis (the former ANTH 2247A/B)
LING 2248A/B Syntactic Analysis (the former ANTH 2248A/B)
(d) 4.5 additional courses in Anthropology at the 2200 level or above, of which a maximum of 1.0 may be from section (a).
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