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October 31, 2018
Social Sciences Building 410 (A02)
Available at http://anthro.rschram.org/1002/13.2
Once upon a time there was a snake and a mongoose…
Many opposites - values, ideas, institutions - are not binary, either-or. They are contradictions and they exist in an ambiguous tension which is both a source of conflict but also creativity.
That is, contemporary life is defined by its contradictions. There are co-present forces in tension, leading to conflict and also unexpected side-effects.
Categories are not dichotomous; Many opposites are actually co-present.
Each society, big or small, is also a microcosm of the whole world.
A major consists of 48 credit points (eight units) at three levels. The requirements for a major in anthropology are:
A major consists of 36 “senior” (2000-level and 3000-level units). These should include:
Doing an honours year in anthropology is an opportunity to carry out an original project, working one on one with a supervisor. To qualify for honours entry, you need:
Now, for a special message about our world-renowned honours program in anthropology, here's the 2019 honours coordinator, Yasmine Musharbash!
Lacock, Hennie. 2013. Cobra and Mongoose. Caters New Agency. http://news.xinhuanet.com/english/photo/2013-10/29/132841640_11n.jpg.