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151

ANTHRO 106

: Issues and History in Popular Music
2020 Semester One (1203)
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 conjoints.
Subject: Anthropology
Restriction: POPMUS 106, 106G
152

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
153

ANTHRO 106G

: Issues and History in Popular Music
2020 Semester One (1203)
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 conjoints.
Subject: Anthropology
Restriction: POPMUS 106, 106G
154

ANTHRO 107

: The Human-made Planet?
2023 Semester One (1233)
How have humans have come to dominate the planet? Explores hominin history, relationships with other organisms, urbanisation and globalisation, and the rise of the capitalocene. Where to from here? As humankind imagines and embraces sustainable, resilient futures, anthropology offers critical perspectives on diverse ways of being, non-western worldviews, complex bio-social interactions, and pathways to deeper socio-natural connectivities.
Subject: Anthropology
No pre-requisites or restrictions
155

ANTHRO 107

: The Human-made Planet?
2022 Semester One (1223)
How have humans have come to dominate the planet? Explores hominin history, relationships with other organisms, urbanisation and globalisation, and the rise of the capitalocene. Where to from here? As humankind imagines and embraces sustainable, resilient futures, anthropology offers critical perspectives on diverse ways of being, non-western worldviews, complex bio-social interactions, and pathways to deeper socio-natural connectivities.
Subject: Anthropology
No pre-requisites or restrictions
156

ANTHRO 108

: Being Human
2024 Semester Two (1245)
Archaeologists and biological anthropologists examine what it is to be human by studying primates, fossils, archaeological remains and both historical and contemporary societies. Humans are immersed in social and ecological worlds that mutually shape our bodies, actions, and understandings (including mātauranga Māori). Explores the past and present reality of being human, and the evolutionary journey to become human.
Subject: Anthropology
Restriction: ANTHRO 102
157

ANTHRO 108

: Being Human
2023 Semester Two (1235)
Humans are simultaneously biological, cultural and historical. Humans are biocultural beings who are immersed in social and ecological entanglements which are shaped by, and act as shaping factors of, our bodies, actions and knowledges (including mātauranga Māori). Explores the cultural reality of being human, as well as the distinct evolutionary journey (within the Order Primates) to become human.
Subject: Anthropology
Restriction: ANTHRO 102
158

ANTHRO 108

: Being Human
2022 Semester Two (1225)
Humans are simultaneously biological, cultural and historical. Humans are biocultural beings who are immersed in social and ecological entanglements which are shaped by, and act as shaping factors of, our bodies, actions and knowledges (including mātauranga Māori). Explores the cultural reality of being human, as well as the distinct evolutionary journey (within the Order Primates) to become human.
Subject: Anthropology
Restriction: ANTHRO 102
159

ANTHRO 109

: Future Generations Anthropology
2023 Semester One (1233)
Acknowledges the colonial history of anthropology but imagines an anthropology that is relevant now and for the future, with Aotearoa New Zealand not as just a site of study but an active producer of anthropological knowledge. Explore key anthropological concepts through contemporary research settings and demonstrate the usefulness of anthropology in addressing fundamental local and global issues.
Subject: Anthropology
No pre-requisites or restrictions
160

ANTHRO 109

: Future Generations Anthropology
2022 Semester One (1223)
Acknowledges the colonial history of anthropology but imagines an anthropology that is relevant now and for the future, with Aotearoa New Zealand not as just a site of study but an active producer of anthropological knowledge. Explore key anthropological concepts through contemporary research settings and demonstrate the usefulness of anthropology in addressing fundamental local and global issues.
Subject: Anthropology
No pre-requisites or restrictions
161

ANTHRO 110

: Culture and Creativity
2024 Semester One (1243)
Explores the connections between culture, creativity, and society through anthropological concepts, Mātauranga Māori, and relevant examples. It covers issues and problems faced by communities locally and globally, using a range of mediums such as whakapapa, material culture, performing arts, media and grassroots movements to illustrate how anthropology can help understand the complexities of creativity and the creation of knowledge.
Subject: Anthropology
No pre-requisites or restrictions
162

ANTHRO 200

: Archaeology: Understanding the Past
2024 Semester Two (1245)
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
163

ANTHRO 200

: Archaeology: Understanding the Past
2023 Semester Two (1235)
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
164

ANTHRO 200

: Archaeology: Understanding the Past
2022 Semester Two (1225)
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
165

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
166

ANTHRO 200

: Archaeology: Understanding the Past
2020 Semester Two (1205)
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
167

ANTHRO 201

: Human Evolution
2024 Semester One (1243)
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
168

ANTHRO 201

: Human Evolution
2023 Semester One (1233)
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
169

ANTHRO 201

: Human Evolution
2022 Semester One (1223)
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
170

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
171

ANTHRO 201

: Human Evolution
2020 Semester One (1203)
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
172

ANTHRO 202

: Music and Identity in World Music Cultures
2024 Semester One (1243)
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
No pre-requisites or restrictions
173

ANTHRO 202

: Music and Identity in World Music Cultures
2023 Semester One (1233)
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
174

ANTHRO 202

: Music and Identity in World Music Cultures
2022 Semester One (1223)
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
175

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