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Department of Anthropology

Requirements for the Minor

THE ANTHROPOLOGY MINOR

The minor in anthropology requires 18 credit hours of course work that includes any two of the introductory courses: ANTH  1101, 1301, 1201, 1601; one course listed in Group I in the major; and three additional courses from any combination of the courses listed in Group I, II, and III in the major.

 


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On the death of Patrick Dugan: 

The Department of Anthropology wishes to collectively express our sorrow and pain at the loss of Patrick Dugan. He was an outstanding student and an extremely promising anthropologist. His work in the classroom, the field and his independent studies all demonstrated his sharp mind and enthusiastic spirit. We are grateful to have known him personally and engaged with him academically. Our thoughts and sympathy are with his family and friends.  

 

Marlon Escamilla has been named Director Nacional de Patrimonio Cultural de la Secretaría de Cultura of El Salvador. 

Op Ed: Covert racism is alive and real by Norbert Ross and Frank Pair


 
Professor Steven A. Wernke was awarded the Society for American Archaeology’s 2015 SAA Book Award in the Scholarly category for his book, Negotiated Settlements: Andean Communities and Landscapes under Inka and Spanish Colonialism.  
 

 

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