Spotlight on Anthropology Social Science courses


Are you looking for an upper-year Social Science course? Anthropology offers a variety of fascinating topics to choose from. These are some of our Online Synchronous courses offered in the Winter 2021 (Second, or "S") term. 

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ANT381H5S Queer Bodies: Gender, Disability and Illness

Instructor: Professor Zoë H. Wool

Pre-requisite: ANT204H5 or ANT207H5 or permission of the department.

Description: View ANT381H5 course description on our website

 


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ANT433H5S The Anthropology of Toxicity

Instructor: Professor Zoë H. Wool

Pre-requisite: ANT204H5 or ANT207H5 or permission of the department.

Description: View ANT433H5 course description on our website

 


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ANT465H5S The Anthropology of Islam

Instructor: Professor Sarah Hillewaert

Prerequisite: 1.0 credit at the 300-level sociocultural anthropology course or permission of the instructor.

Description: View ANT465H5 course description on our website

 


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ANT466H5S Language in Anthropological Thought

Instructor: Professor Jack Sidnell

Pre-requisites: ANT204H5 or ANT206H5 and 0.5 credit at the 300-level in sociocultural or linguistic anthropology.

Description: View ANT466H5S course description on our website