ANT 353 Language and Culture

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Welcome to Language and Culture ANT 353, a major core course in Anthropology and an Upper Division GE Synthesis course (C4/D4).

The web site is being updated for Winter 2014. Some materials will also be posted on Blackboard. You are welcome to look at what we did last time, but it may not be the same as this year.

Fun with language: a homophonic poem.

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You can get directly to the files for these materials from here, if you like.
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or you can go back to the instructor's home page or go to the Anthropology of Language home page. Ant 353 builds upon lower division work in anthropology, especially the Introduction to Linguistic Anthropology, Ant 104, and the Introduction to Cultural Anthropology, Ant 102. Introduction to Biological Anthropology, Ant 101, is highly recommended as well.

As an upper division synthesis course in the Humanities, Language and Culture requires that you have done at least some of the courses called for in C1, C2, and C3.

The bouquet is for you. I hope you will enjoy the course.