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Summer 2008 COURSE LISTINGS


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ANTH 308. Child Policy Externship.
Mary Irwin- TBA - 3 credits - SEC 100-PRA(2777).
This course provides students with externships in child policy. Students apply for the externship and are placed with a local child policy agency for the semester. An individualized learning plan will be developed in consultation with the Childhood Studies Program faculty, the child policy agency, and the student. Crosslist: CHST 398.

8-Week Session - June 2 - July 28, 2008.

ANTH 319. Introduction to Statistical Analysis in the Social Sciences.
Dr. Lawrence Greksa- T/W/Th 9:00 - 11:20 AM - 3 credits - SEC 100-LEC(2049).
Statistical description (central tendency, variation, correlation, etc.) and statistical evaluation (two sample comparisons, regression, analysis or variance, nonparametric statistics). Developing an understanding of statistical inference, particularly on proper usage of statistical methods. Examples from the social sciences. Cannot be used to meet the A&S Humanities and Social Sciences requirement. Not available for credit to students who have completed STAT 201 or PSCL 282.

5-Week Session - June 2 - July 3, 2008.

ANTH 324. Field Methods in Archaeology.
Dr. Brian Redmond - M/T/W/Th/F 8:30 -4:00 PM - 3-4 credits - SEC 100-LEC(1044).

Join us for a comprehensive introduction to archaeological field work. Students will be introduced to the methods of archaeological survey, techniques of hand excavation, artifact identification, and the preparation of field notes and documentation. Field experience supplemented by formal and informal lectures and discussions about archaeological methods and regional prehistory. For additional information, contact Dr. Redmond. (216) 231-4600, ext. 3301; email bredmond@cmnh.org

Prerequisite: Consent of the instructor.

4-Week Session: June 9 - July 3, 2008.

ANTH 379. Topics in Cultural and Social Anthropology. Topic: Native American Literature.
Dr. Sharon Dean - M/T/Th 9:00 - 10:30 AM - 3 credits - SEC 100-LEC(1046).

Intensive examination of the cultures of selected Native American peoples, including historical, political, religious, social organizational, linguistic, and medical/psychiatric aspects of American Indian life. This course is an approved SAGES Department Seminar. Recommended prerequisite: ANTH 102.

8-Week Session - June 2 - July 28, 2008.

ANTH 396. Undergraduate Research in Evolutionary Biology.
Staff - TBA- 3 credits - SEC-100-RSC(2254) - Beall.

Students propose and conduct guided research on an aspect of evolutionary biology. The research will be sponsored and supervised by a member of the CASE faculty or other qualified professional. A written report must be submitted to the Evolutionary Biology Steering Committee before credit is granted.
Prerequisite ANTH/BIOL/GEOL/PHIL 225, and consent of supervising faculty member.

Cross-list: BIOL/GEOL/PHIL 396.

8-Week Session: June 2 - July 28, 2008.

ANTH 398.   Anthropology SAGES Capstone.
Staff - TBA - 3 credits - SEC-100-RSC(2053) - Greksa.
Supervised original research on a topic in anthropology, culminating in a written report and a public presentation. The research project may be in the form of an independent research project, a literature review, or some other original project with anthropological significance. The project must be approved and supervised by faculty. Group research projects are acceptable, but a plan which clearly identifies the distinct and substantial role of each participant must be approved by the supervising faculty. Approved SAGES capstone. Prerequisite: Major in Anthropology and consent of supervising faculty member.


8-Week Session: June 2 - July 28, 2008.

ANTH 398C.   Child Policy Externship and Capstone.
Mary Irwin- TBA - 3 credits - SEC-100-LEC(2778).
This course provides students with externships in child policy. These externships give students an opportunity to work directly with professionals who design and implement policies that impact the lives of children and their families. Agencies involved are active in the areas of childcare, education, juvenile justice, and physical and mental health. Students apply for the externship. Selected students are placed in a local child policy agency. An individualized learning plan is developed in consultation with the Childhood Studies Program faculty, the supervisor in the agency, and the student. This course is a 3 credit-hour course and may be taken twice for a total of 6 credit hours. Crosslist: CHST 398C, and PSCL 398C..


8-Week Session: June 2 - July 28, 2008.

ANTH 399. Independent Study.
Staff - TBA - 1-6 credits - SEC 100-IND(2050) - Anderson-Fye, 101-IND(2180) - Beall, 102-IND(2182) - Gaines, 103-IND(2183) - Goldstein, 104-IND(2184) - Greksa, 105-IND(2185) - Ikels, 106-IND(2186) - Korbin, 107-IND(2189) - McGrath, 108-IND(2190) - Shaffer.

Students may propose topics for independent reading and research. Prerequisite: Consent of supervising faculty member.

8-Week Session: June 2 - July 28, 2008.

GRADUATE COURSES

ANTH 479. Topics in Cultural and Social Anthropology. Topic: Native American Literature.
Dr. Sharon Dean- M/T/Th 9:00 - 10:30 AM - 3 credits - SEC-100-LEC(1048).

(See ANTH 379).

8 Week Session: June 2 - July 28, 2008.

ANTH 599. Tutorial.
Staff - TBA - (1-18 credits) - SEC 100-RSC(2051) - Anderson-Fye, 101-RSC(2196) - Beall, 102-RSC(2198) - Gaines, 103-RSC(2199) - Goldstein, 104-RSC(2201) - Greksa, 105-RSC(2203) - Ikels, 106-RSC(2204) - Korbin, 107-RSC(2205) - McGrath.

Advanced studies in anthropology. Prerequisite: consent of supervising faculty member.

8-Week Session: June 2 - July 28, 2008.

ANTH 601. Independent Research.
Staff - TBA - (1-18 credits) - SEC 100-RSC(1050) - Anderson-Fye, 101-RSC(2208) - Beall, 102-RSC(2209) - Gaines, 103-RSC(2212) - Goldstein, 104-RSC(2214) - Greksa, 105-RSC(2216) - Ikels, 106-RSC(2217) - Korbin, 107-RSC(2220) - McGrath.

Course offered for Pass/No Pass or Pass/Fail grading only. Prerequisite: consent of supervising  faculty member.

8-Week Session: June 2 - July 28, 2008.

ANTH 700. Dissertation Fieldwork.
Staff - TBA - (0 credit) - SEC 100-THE(2112) - Anderson-Fye, 101-THE(2225) - Beall, 102-THE(2226) - Gaines, 103-THE(2228) - Goldstein, 104-THE(2231) - Greksa, 105-THE(2234) - Ikels, 106-THE(2236) - Korbin, 107-THE(2238) - McGrath.

Students conducting dissertation fieldwork off-campus may choose to register for this course with the permission of their dissertation advisor. Students may register for a maximum of two academic years.
Prerequisite: Must be Ph.D. candidate with an approved dissertation prospectus and have consent of supervising faculty member.

8-Week Session: June 2 - July 28, 2008.


ANTH 701. Dissertation Ph.D.
Staff - TBA - (1-18 credits) - SEC 100-THE(2052) - Anderson-Fye, 101-THE(2243) - Beall, 102-THE(2245) - Gaines, 103-THE(2247) - Goldstein, 104-THE(2249) - Greksa, 105-THE(2250) - Ikels, 106-THE(2251) - Korbin, 107-THE(2253) - McGrath.

Prerequisite: Must be Ph.D. candidate and have consent of supervising faculty member.

8-Week Session: June 2 - July 28, 2008.