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Cultural Anthropology

Cultural Anthropology is the study of human society and culture. Anthropologists in this discipline use ethnography and ethnology to examine social and cultural similarities and differences. Cultural anthropologists study humans as close as your own neighborhood, and as far as the most remote village or town. At Eastern Kentucky University, students learn about societies, and explore diverse topics, such as how culture affects: how humans interact with one another; family and kinship patterns; rural and urban life; education; law; medicine; and religious life.


COURSES IN CULTURAL ANTHROPOLOGY

(consult the University catalog for course descriptions)

Local women at a market

  • ANT 120: Introduction to Cultural Anthropology
  • ANT 200: Anthropology of Human Society
  • ANT 311: Anthropology of Religion
  • ANT 330: American Indians
  • ANT 344: Applied Anthropology
  • ANT 375: Selected Topics in Cultural Anthropology
  • ANT 377: Medical Anthropology
  • ANT 377S: Medical Anthropology (service learning)
  • ANT 393: Kinship and Marriage
  • ANT 395: History and Theory of Anthropology
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