Seminar for first-year students with faculty members in topics of interest pertinent to research, academic life, and higher education at the University of Georgia.

Native religious traditions of selected cultures of North America, with special attention to cultures of the Southeast, Great Plains, and Southwest. This is a separate section for the honors course.

Native religious traditions of selected cultures of North America, with special attention to cultures of the Southeast, Great Plains, and Southwest.

Native religious traditions of selected cultures of North America, with special attention to cultures of the Southeast, Great Plains, and Southwest. This is a separate section for the honors course.

Native religious traditions of selected cultures of North America, with special attention to cultures of the Southeast, Great Plains, and Southwest.

The causes and consequences of race and ethnic discrimination in America, with a focus on ethnic competition and conflict.

Literary and anthropological approaches to the study of myth in culture.

Two indigenous urban societies of the Americas, from farming village beginnings to the Spanish conquest, and their lasting impact on modern middle American culture. Topics include ecology, economy, political organization, urbanism, militarism, beliefs, art, architecture, and literature. 

Cultural diversity of contemporary Native American tribes of the continental United States and Alaska, including lifestyles, politics, literature, music, art, and socioeconomic conditions. 
Non-traditional format: When course is taken as part of a summer field school, all lectures and…

Cultural diversity of contemporary Native American tribes of the continental United States and Alaska, including lifestyles, politics, literature, music, art, and socioeconomic conditions. 
Non-traditional format: When course is taken as part of a summer field school, all lectures and…

Cultural diversity of contemporary Native American tribes of the continental United States and Alaska, including lifestyles, politics, literature, music, art, and socioeconomic conditions. 
Non-traditional format: When course is taken as part of a summer field school, all lectures and…

Cultural diversity of contemporary Native American tribes of the continental United States and Alaska, including lifestyles, politics, literature, music, art, and socioeconomic conditions. 
Non-traditional format: When course is taken as part of a summer field school, all lectures and…

The native peoples of Mexico and Central America, including their past, traditional culture, and problems they face in the modern world. 
Not offered on a regular basis. 

North American Indian cultures at the time of European contact. Additional topics include origin and development of Indian culture, impact of European contact on native cultures, and problems faced by Native Americans today.

Survey course presenting orality as major modus of literary and knowledge production in Africa. Presentation of the institutional carriers of orality (storytellers, etc.). Readings in English translation.

The diverse social and cultural manifestations of gender located within an economic, social, and political context. Case studies drawn from Africa, Asia, the Middle East, Latin America, and the Caribbean.
Not offered on a regular basis. 

Special topics in race and ethnicity for advanced undergraduates.

Two indigenous urban societies of the Americas, from farming village beginnings to the Spanish conquest, and their lasting impact on modern middle American culture. Topics include ecology, economy, political organization, urbanism, militarism, beliefs, art, architecture, and literature.

Development of the native societies of the southeastern United States, the exploration of the area by Spain in the sixteenth century, and the consequences of the meeting of the two peoples.

Social history of the native peoples of the southern United States from the beginnings of the Spanish missions and the English deerskin and slave trade through Indian removal.

The methods used by anthropologists to reconstruct the history of preliterate societies from archaeological evidence, documentary evidence, and oral traditions. The ethnohistory of southeastern United States.

Relationships between gender and globalization. Women and development, industrialization, and third world regions.

Special topics in Native American Studies.

Individual reading and study in Native American Studies under the direction of a project director.

Topics and problems in anthropology with emphasis upon extensive reading in primary sources and individual and/or group research projects.

Topics and problems in religion with emphasis upon extensive reading in primary sources and individual and/or group research projects. 

North American Indian cultures at the time of European contact. Additional topics include origin and development of Indian culture, impact of European contact on native cultures, and problems faced by Native Americans today.

Survey course presenting orality as major modus of literary and knowledge production in Africa. Presentation of the institutional carriers of orality (storytellers, etc.). Readings in English translation.

In-depth study of the music of a select culture, area, topic, or genre. Investigates historical aspects, social functions, aesthetic preferences, the musician, musical instruments, structures and forms, performance contexts, and practices.

Two indigenous urban societies of the Americas, from farming village beginnings to the Spanish conquest, and their lasting impact on modern middle American culture. Topics include ecology, economy, political organization, urbanism, militarism, beliefs, art, architecture, and literature. 

Development of the native societies of the southeastern United States, the exploration of the area by Spain in the sixteenth century, and the consequences of the meeting of the two peoples.

Social history of the native peoples of the southern United States from the beginnings of the Spanish missions and the English deerskin and slave trade through Indian removal.

Relationships between gender and globalization. Women and development, industrialization, and third world regions.

Current topics in anthropology.

Topics and problems in anthropology with emphasis upon extensive reading in primary sources and individual and research projects.

Topics in human environmental and ecological systems, including factors that contribute to emergence and maintenance of those systems.