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Sociology and Anthropology

Fall 2003

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Anthropology

020 Fantastic Archaeology
  M,W
1:00-2:25 
  Mass-Faculty Room 
101 Introduction to Cultural Anthropology
  M,W,F
10:30-11:25 
  Hubbard-Conference Room West 
201 Anthropological Research
  T,TH
10:00-11:25 
  CT-16 Whiteside Room 
202 Essentials of Archaeology
  T
1:00-3:55 
  Sills-111 
203 History of Anthropological Theory
  T,TH
2:30-3:55 
  Sills-205 
206 The Archaeology of Gender and Ethnicity
  M,W,F
9:30-10:25 
  Sills-117 
239 Indigenous Peoples of North America
  M,W
1:00-2:25 
  Druckenmiller-004 
246 Anthropology of the Balkans
  T,TH
11:30-12:55 
  Mass-McKeen Study 
254 Witchcraft in the Modern World
  M,W
2:30-3:55 
  Searles-223 
260 Cultures on Display: Anthropology and Museums
  M,W
11:30-12:55 
  Mass-McKeen Study 

Sociology

010 Racism
  W
1:00-3:55 
  Searles-314 
013 Epidemics and Society
  M,W
1:00-2:25 
  Searles-127 
101 Introduction to Sociology
A M,W
11:30-12:55 
  Sills-Smith Auditorium 
B T,TH
8:30-9:55 
  Searles-215 
205 The Sociology of Urban Life
  M,W
2:30-3:55 
  Sills-109 
208 Race and Ethnicity
  M,W
11:30-12:55 
  Adams-301 
211 Classics of Sociological Theory
  T,TH
11:30-12:55 
  Mass-Faculty Room 
215 Criminology and Criminal Justice
  M,W
1:00-2:25 
  Searles-223 
216 Sociology of Identity and Interaction
  T,TH
10:00-11:25 
  Searles-217 
225 Globalization and Social Change
  T,TH
1:00-2:25 
  Sills-109 
229 Religion in American Life: A Sociological Approach
  T,TH
11:30-12:55 
  Searles-116 
252 Sociology of Chronic Illness and Disability
  T,TH
2:30-3:55 
  Sills-109 
254 Witchcraft in the Modern World
  M,W
2:30-3:55 
  Searles-223 
261 Contemporary Chinese Society, Part I
  M,W
11:30-12:55 
  Searles-127 
262 Contemporary Chinese Society, Part II
 
   
309 Re-Orient