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SOANĀ 128: Introduction to Cultural Anthropology

How do anthropologists study other cultures? Peoples around the world create different realities through the ways they conceptualize experience (cultures) and how they organize themselves to do what they need to do (societies). Anthropologists describe and compare cultures and societies, focusing on different aspects such as family and kinship, inequality and power, religion and values, economy and technology, cultural and social change. This course is open to first-year students or students in certain accredited programs. Offered each semester. Counts toward race and ethnic studies and women's and gender studies majors; and women's and gender studies concentrations.

Africa and the Americas

http://catalog.stolaf.edu/academic-programs/africa-americas/

...Ethnic Studies SOAN 128 Introduction to Cultural Anthropology (with a focus on Africa) SOAN 261...

Nursing

http://catalog.stolaf.edu/academic-programs/nursing/

...1.00 SOAN 121 Introduction to Sociology SOAN 128 Introduction to Cultural Anthropology SOAN 260...

Race and Ethnic Studies

http://catalog.stolaf.edu/academic-programs/race-ethnic-studies/

...SOAN 128 Introduction to Cultural Anthropology SOAN 234 Native North American Cultures and Religions SOAN...

Social Studies Education

http://catalog.stolaf.edu/academic-programs/social-studies-education/

...00 SOAN 128 Introduction to Cultural Anthropology SOAN 242 Contemporary Native American Issues SOAN 264...

Sociology/Anthropology

http://catalog.stolaf.edu/academic-programs/sociology-anthropology/

...SOAN 371 carry ORC, and SOAN 399 carries EIN credit. SOAN 121 and SOAN 128...

Women's and Gender Studies

http://catalog.stolaf.edu/academic-programs/womens-gender-studies/

...Sexuality SOAN 128 Introduction to Cultural Anthropology SOAN 235 Introduction to Islamic Feminisms SOAN 261...