Cultural anthropology is the study of human ways of life in the broadest possible comparative perspective. Cultural anthropologists are interested in all types of societies, from hunting and gathering bands to modern industrial states. The aim of cultural anthropology is to document the full range of human cultural adaptations and achievements and to discern in this great diversity the underlying covariations among and changes in human ecology, institutions and ideologies.
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|ANTH006: Introduction to Biological Anthropology|
|ANTH073: Main Currents in Anthropology|
|ANTH001: Introduction to Anthropology|
|ANTH012.18: Anthropology and the Forensic Sciences|
|ANTH030: Hunters and Gatherers|
|ANTH012.01: Ethnographic Film|
|ANTH009: Language and Culture|
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