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2651

ANCIENT 749B

: Themes and Issues in Ancient Culture
2022 Semester Two (1225)
A study of themes and issues in ancient culture.
Restriction: ANCHIST 749 To complete this course students must enrol in ANCIENT 749 A and B
2652

ANCIENT 749B

: Themes and Issues in Ancient Culture
2021 Semester Two (1215)
A study of themes and issues in ancient culture.
Restriction: ANCHIST 749 To complete this course students must enrol in ANCIENT 749 A and B
2653

ANCIENT 749B

: Themes and Issues in Ancient Culture
2020 Semester Two (1205)
A study of themes and issues in ancient culture.
Restriction: ANCHIST 749 To complete this course students must enrol in ANCIENT 749 A and B
2654

ANCIENT 750B

: Sources and Approaches for the Ancient World
2024 Semester Two (1245)
A study of the evidence for the ancient world, as well as how to apply it.
Restriction: ANCHIST 750 To complete this course students must enrol in ANCIENT 750 A and B
2655

ANCIENT 750B

: Sources and Approaches for the Ancient World
2023 Semester Two (1235)
A study of the evidence for the ancient world, as well as how to apply it.
Restriction: ANCHIST 750 To complete this course students must enrol in ANCIENT 750 A and B
2656

ANCIENT 750B

: Sources and Approaches for the Ancient World
2022 Semester Two (1225)
A study of the evidence for the ancient world, as well as how to apply it.
Restriction: ANCHIST 750 To complete this course students must enrol in ANCIENT 750 A and B
2657

ANCIENT 750B

: Sources and Approaches for the Ancient World
2021 Semester Two (1215)
A study of the evidence for the ancient world, as well as how to apply it.
Restriction: ANCHIST 750 To complete this course students must enrol in ANCIENT 750 A and B
2658

ANCIENT 750B

: Sources and Approaches for the Ancient World
2020 Semester Two (1205)
A study of the evidence for the ancient world, as well as how to apply it.
Restriction: ANCHIST 750 To complete this course students must enrol in ANCIENT 750 A and B
2659

ANCIENT 751B

: Ancient Societies in the Mediterranean World
2020 Semester Two (1205)
A study of the societies which developed around the ancient Mediterranean.
Restriction: ANCHIST 751 To complete this course students must enrol in ANCIENT 751 A and B
2660

ANTHRO 100

: Human Cultures: Introduction to Social Anthropology
2021 Semester One (1213)
Humans are social and cultural beings. This course provides an understanding of human lives. Basic concepts and approaches are covered.
Subject: Anthropology
No pre-requisites or restrictions

Outline is not available yet

2661

ANTHRO 101

: World Archaeology
2021 Semester One (1213)
World archaeology from the emergence of culture to the first cities, including the Pacific region.
Subject: Anthropology
No pre-requisites or restrictions

Outline is not available yet

2662

ANTHRO 102

: How Humans Evolve
2021 Semester Two (1215)
Humans are primates united by sociality, diversity, and flexibility and are subject to the same evolutionary forces as other species. However, human evolution is biocultural and is subject to both biological and cultural inheritances. Biological anthropology includes the study of human evolution past and present. This course will examine our evolutionary history and how evolution affects humans today.
Subject: Anthropology
No pre-requisites or restrictions

Outline is not available yet

2663

ANTHRO 103

: Musics of the World in Everyday Life
2021 Semester One (1213)
Examines the personal, communal, religious, patriotic, emotional and economic roles that music plays in the lives of musicians, composers and listeners. Employs research from a range of ethnographic perspectives and encourages students to think and act analytically about their own musical worlds. Examples and case studies are drawn from around the globe, encompassing contemporary urban and remote village settings.
Subject: Anthropology
No pre-requisites or restrictions

Outline is not available yet

2664

ANTHRO 106

: Issues and History in Popular Music
2021 Semester Two (1215)
A survey of popular music styles, artists, sub-cultures and issues that explores facets such as genre, the music industry, music and politics, music videos, the sales process, race and identity, and gender theory. Core theory and writers in popular music studies are introduced and popular music is used to explore societal changes in class, ethnicity, gender, sexuality, youth, and global economic and cultural processes. Note: Does not meet the General Education requirement for BMus or BMus conjoint degrees.
Subject: Anthropology
Restriction: POPMUS 106, 106G

Outline is not available yet

2665

ANTHRO 106G

: Issues and History in Popular Music
2021 Semester Two (1215)
A survey of popular music styles, artists, sub-cultures and issues that explores facets such as genre, the music industry, music and politics, music videos, the sales process, race and identity, and gender theory. Core theory and writers in popular music studies are introduced and popular music is used to explore societal changes in class, ethnicity, gender, sexuality, youth, and global economic and cultural processes. Note: Does not meet the General Education requirement for BMus or BMus conjoint degrees.
Subject: Anthropology
Restriction: POPMUS 106, 106G

Outline is not available yet

2666

ANTHRO 200

: Archaeology: Understanding the Past
2021 Semester Two (1215)
An examination of current concepts in archaeological research and their place in the development of archaeological thought. How archaeology makes use of its methods and theories to understand the past. An introductory laboratory component. This course is essential for students who may wish to continue their study of Archaeology at Stage III.
Subject: Anthropology
Prerequisite: 30 points in Anthropology or 60 points passed

Outline is not available yet

2667

ANTHRO 201

: Human Evolution
2021 Semester One (1213)
Explores issues fundamental to understanding humans’ place in nature from a biocultural perspective. What led to the evolution of bipedalism, large brains, and language? How do we define species in the fossil record? How can we reconstruct ancient diets and ecologies? The course will examine how new discoveries and advancements in biology are reshaping understandings of our evolutionary history.
Subject: Anthropology
Prerequisite: 30 points in Anthropology or 60 points passed

Outline is not available yet

2668

ANTHRO 202

: Music and Identity in World Music Cultures
2021 Semester One (1213)
Examines music's role in the construction and reinforcement of identity. Considers a range of culturally constructed concepts including class, gender and ethnicity; also considers the impact of mass mediated sound and unique nature of music in the cultural diaspora. Examples and case studies range from the ritual musics of Africa and the classical music of South Asia to East Asian pop.
Subject: Anthropology
Prerequisite: 30 points passed

Outline is not available yet

2669

ANTHRO 204

: Ethnography of Island Polynesia
2021 Semester One (1213)
What is distinctive about Polynesian culture and society? How and why are Polynesian cultures alike? How are they different? In what ways are Fiji, Samoa, Tikopia, Tokelau and Tonga different or similar to other Oceanic cultures? Anthropological studies of these questions will be explored through indigenous Polynesian, anthropological and historical accounts.
Subject: Anthropology
Prerequisite: ANTHRO 100 or 30 points in Anthropology, Māori Studies or Pacific Studies, or 45 points in BGlobalSt courses

Outline is not available yet

2670

ANTHRO 205

: Primate Behaviour, Ecology and Conservation
2021 Semester One (1213)
Examines the diversity of extant nonhuman primate species, including their behaviour, ecology, and conservation, and also the importance of primatology toward an understanding of our own species. Specifically, students will critically examine the results of primatological inquiries in order to gain insight into the comparative evolutionary approach, especially with respect to the applicability of such efforts to the study of humans.
Subject: Anthropology
Prerequisite: 15 points in Anthropology or 60 points passed
Restriction: ANTHRO 349

Outline is not available yet

2671

ANTHRO 207

: Archaeological History of Aotearoa New Zealand
2021 Semester Two (1215)
Examines the first 600-700 years of human settlement in Aotearoa New Zealand from an archaeological perspective, from Polynesian arrival through the early historic period. Themes include Māori origins in East Polynesia, adaptations to Aotearoa’s temperate environment, changing patterns of resource use, Māori material culture and arts, the development of fortified sites or pā, and the emergence of classic Māori society.
Subject: Anthropology
Prerequisite: 60 points passed
Restriction: ANTHRO 365

Outline is not available yet

2672

ANTHRO 208

: Medical Anthropology
2021 Semester One (1213)
Medical Anthropology draws on biological and social/cultural anthropology to address issues of human health and disease. A distinct subfield, it includes studies of the co-evolution of humans and diseases, human ecology, cultural constructions of health and illness, medical knowledge and healing practices, and the political economy of health. Students are asked to research, think and write analytically about these topics.
Subject: Anthropology
Prerequisite: ANTHRO 100 or 102 or 60 points passed at Stage I

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2673

ANTHRO 211

: Human Sex, Gender and Sexuality
2021 Semester Two (1215)
Explores the central anthropological topics of human sex, sexuality and gender from diverse perspectives. Topics may include cross-cultural and social conceptualisations and creations of difference; ideas about biology, gender and sexuality; how they are simultaneously socio-cultural products and forces; lived experiences and corporeal and political phenomena; reproductive politics; and global, national and local sexual and gender relations.
Subject: Anthropology
Prerequisite: ANTHRO 100 or 30 points in Anthropology, Gender Studies, History or Sociology
Restriction: ANTHRO 215, 342

Outline is not available yet

2674

ANTHRO 217

: Rhythm, Blues and Rock
2021 Semester Two (1215)
African-American popular music and culture from the mid-1930s through the early 1960s, including styles such as blues, R 'n' B, and early Rock 'n' Roll. Considers issues of racial and gendered representation, creativity, the popular music industry, the place of music in the development of 'youth culture' and stylistic trends. Individual performers, recordings and performances, are also examined.
Subject: Anthropology
Prerequisite: 30 points passed
Restriction: POPMUS 206

Outline is not available yet

2675

ANTHRO 250

: World-view and Religion
2021 Semester One (1213)
Anthropological approaches to religion and world-view. Includes cross-cultural approaches to meaning, belief, religious experience, ritual and myth. Issues of religion, ideology, syncretism, symbolism in social conflict and change. Considers local and world religions.
Subject: Anthropology
Prerequisite: ANTHRO 100 or 30 points in Anthropology or Theological and Religious Studies or Sociology
Restriction: ANTHRO 319

Outline is not available yet