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Arctic and Subarctic Cultures


Instructor

Dunstan, Adam

Seats Available

19

CRN

38937

Subject Code/Level/Section

ANTH - A390A - 220

Subject

Anthropology

Term

Spring Semester 2022

Course Credits

3

Base fees (other charges may apply)

Description Amount
KPC Res Tuition Upper Lvl $846.00
KPC Network Charge Upper $33.00

Meeting Times

Web-Based

Building/Room Date Time Day
DIST BLKBD 1/10 - 4/30

Prerequisites

Undergraduate - UAA level ANTH A200 Minimum grade of C
OR Undergraduate - UAA level ANTH A202 Minimum grade of C
OR Undergraduate - UAA level ANTH A211 Minimum grade of C
OR Undergraduate - UAA level AKNS A201 Minimum grade of C
OR Undergraduate - UAA level INTL A101 Minimum grade of C
OR Undergraduate - UAA level GEOG A101 Minimum grade of C

Course Description

Explores anthropological perspectives on Arctic and Subarctic peoples, focusing on Indigenous cultures, settlement, history, languages, social transformations and contemporary experiences. Cultural or sub-regional focus will vary by semester.

Special Note: May be repeated once with a change of subtitle.

Additional Information



Arctic and Subarctic Cultures Explores anthropological perspectives on Arctic and Subarctic peoples, focusing on Indigenous cultures, settlement, history, languages, social transformations and contemporary experiences. Cultural or sub-regional focus will vary by semester.

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