2017-18 Undergraduate Timetable

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Course Title Section Day/Time Room Instructor Website
ANT 100Y1Y Introduction to Anthropology L5101 R6-8 Kalmar/Lehman/Friesen
ANT 200Y1Y Introduction to Archaeology L0101 M4-6 Chazan/Patton
T0101 M10
T0201 M11
T0301 M12
T0401 M1
T0501 M2
T0601 M3
T0701 T11
T0801 T12
T5101 M6
T5201 M7
ANT 203Y1Y The Nature of Humans L5101 T6-8  Gamble/Viola
P0101 R10
P0201 R11
P0301 R12
P0401 R1
P0501 R2
P0601 R4
P5101 R5
ANT 204H1S Anthropology of the Contemporary World L0101 W2-4 K. Bright
T0101 R10
T0201 R11
T0301 R12
T0401 R1
T0501 R2
T0601 R3
T0701 R4
T5101 W5
T5201 W6
T5301 R5
ANT 207H1F Core Concepts in Social and Cultural Anthropology L0101 T2-4 T. Li
T0101 W11
T0201 W12
T0301 W4
T0401 R10
T0501 R11
T0601 R1
T0701 R2
T5101 W5
ANT 208H1S Medical Anthropology: An Evolutionary Perspective on Human Health L0101 T2-5  J. Gamble
T0101 W2
T0201 W3
T0301 W4
T0401 R11
T0501 R12
T0601 R1
T0701 R2
T0801 R3
T0901 R4
T5101 W5
ANT 253H1F Language and Society L0101 T4-6 M. Danesi
ANT 314H1S Archaeology of the Pacific Northwest L0101 W12-2 G. Coupland
ANT 315H1S Arctic Archaeology L0101 M2-4 M. Friesen
ANT 317H1F Archaeology of Eastern North America L5101 M6-8 K. Patton
ANT 318H1F The Preindustrial City and Urban Social Theory L0101 T10-12 E. Swenson
ANT 320H1S Ancient Cultures of the Andes L0101 T10-12 E. Swenson
ANT 327H1S “Diversity”: Critical/Comparative Studies of Indigeneity, Multiculturalism and (Settler) Colonialism L0101 W10-12 B. McElhinny
ANT 329H1F Language and Power Structure L0101 R10-12 H. Luong
T0101 T4
T0201 R4
T5101 T5
T5201 R5
ANT 334H1F Human Skeletal Biology L0101 W10-12 J. Gamble
P0101 W1-3
P0201 W3-5
ANT 335Y1Y  Human Evolution L0101 M12 TBA
P0101 M2-4
P0201 T2-4
ANT 336H1S Evolutionary Anthropology Theory L0101 M10-12 B. Viola
ANT 341H1S China in Transition L0101 M12-2 W. Sung
ANT 343H1S Social Anthropology of Gender L5101 M5-7  P. Dave
ANT 345H1S Global Health: Anthropological Perspectives L0101 T2-4 K. Bright
ANT 348H1F Medical Anthropology: Social Cultural Perspectives L0101 R2-4 K. Maxwell
ANT 356H1S Anthropology of Religion L0101 R4-6 G. Gillison
ANT 362H1F CANCELLED Sports and Play L5101 T5-7 P. Dave
ANT 366H1S Anthropology of Activism and Social Justice L0101 W12-2 J. Song
ANT 368H1S Nature, Culture, Human L5101 W6-8 H. Cunningham
ANT 370H1F Introduction to Social Anthropological Theory L0101 M4-6 K. Bright
ANT 371H1S Human Nutritional Ecology L0101 R10-12 TBA
ANT 372H1S Cultural Property L0101 T10-12 C. Krmpotich
ANT 376H1S Anthropology of Animals L5101 R6-8 H. Cunningham
ANT 378H1F Gift, Money and Finance L0101 R12-2 J. Song
ANT 380H1S Craft of Social Cultural Anthropology (formerly ANT 210H) L0101 M2-5 TBA
ANT 384H1S Special Topics in Society, Culture And Language: Peoples of the Middle East and North Africa L0101 W2-5 J. Boddy
ANT 386H1S Global Catholicism: Anthropological Approaches L0101 T12-2 V. Napolitano
ANT 388H1F Anthropologists and Indigenous Peoples in North America L0101 M2-4 K. Maxwell
ANT 390H1F Special Topics in Anthropology: Violent Aftermaths L0101 W4-6 M. Geraghty
ANT 406H1S Lithic Analysis L0101 W4-6 M. Chazan
ANT 407H1F Inka and Aztec States L0101 R2-4 E. Swenson
ANT 409H1F Landscape Archaeology L0101 M2-4 M. Friesen
ANT 410H1S Hunter-Gatherers Past and Present L0101 W2-4 K. Patton
ANT 411H1F Advanced Archaeological Theory L0101 W2-4 K. Patton
ANT 420H1S Archaeology of Inequality L0101 R2-4 G. Coupland
ANT 425H1S Language in Anthropological Thought L0101 M10-12 H. Luong
ANT 426H1F Western Views of the Non-West L0101  T2-4  I. Kalmar
ANT 430H1F Primate Conservation Biology L0101 T12-2 TBA
ANT 434H1S Health, Diet and Disease in the Past L0101 W10-12 J. Gamble
P0101 W2-4
ANT 435H1F Anthropology of Childhood and Childcare L0101 R12-2 J. Gamble
ANT 436H1S Primate Ecology and Social Behavior L0101 T12-2 S. Lehman
ANT 438H1F Topics in Emerging Scholarship (Evolutionary Anthropology) L5101 W6-8 TBA
ANT 440H1F Society in Transition L0101 W10-1 T. Li
ANT 441H1F Love, Sex and Marriage L0101 W10-12 K. Bright
ANT 449H1F Ethnographic Practicum: Infrastructures L0101 W4-6 B. McElhinny
ANT 450H1S Nature, Culture and the City L5101 T6-8 H. Cunningham
ANT 456H1F Queer Ethnography L0101 W12-2 P. Dave
ANT 457H1S Anthropology of Material Culture L0101 R10-12 S. Forni
ANT 458H1S Settler-Colonialism and Indigenous Health in Canada L0101 R2-4 K. Maxwell
ANT 462H1F  Anthropology of Affect L0101 M12-2 V. Napolitano
ANT 474H1F Ethnographies of Hiv/Aids: Risk, Vulnerability, and Care L0101 R10-12 H. Wardlow
ANT 475H1F Reading Ethnography L0101 T10-12 J. Boddy
ANT 476H1S Body, Self and Sociality L0101 M11-2 J. Boddy
ANT 477H1S Transnational Korea in and Outside the Peninsula L0101 R12-2 J. Song
ANT 480H1F Special Topics in Anthropological Research: Globalization and Race: Anthropological Perspectives L0101 W2-4 E. Sammons
ANT 484H1F Special Topics in Social Cultural Anthropology: Foucault and Anthropology L0101 M2-4 A. Mittermaier
ANT 484H1S Special Topics in Social Cultural Anthropology: Injurious Speech L0101 W4-6 M. Geraghty
ANT 486H1F Special Topics: Socio-Cultural Research Seminar: Visual Anthropology: Film, Photography, Media L0101 T12-2 K. Bright
ANT 497Y1Y Independent Research
ANT 498H1F Independent Research
ANT 498H1S Independent Research
ANT 498H1Y Independent Research
ANT 499H1F Independent Research
ANT 499H1S Independent Research
ANT 499H1Y Independent Research
ARH 305H1F Archaeological Interpretation L0101 W12-2 G. Coupland
ARH 309H1F Archaeology, Ethics and the Public L0101 R10-12 J. Jennings
ARH 312Y1Y Archaeological Laboratory L0101 T2-5 K. Patton
ARH 361Y/H1F Field Archaeology L0101 TBA
ARH 494H1S Topics in Emerging Scholarship (Archaeology) L5101 W6-8 TBA
ARH 495H1F Archaeology Research Practicum
ARH 495H1S Archaeology Research Practicum
HAJ 453H1F* AIDS: A Global Perspective L0101  T1-3 TBA
JAL 328H1S** Writing Systems L5101  R6-9 TBA
JAL 401H1F** Field Linguistics L0101 MW4-6 TBA
JGA 305H1F*** Environmental and Archaeological Geophysics L5101 M5-8 TBA
* This is a joint course between Anthropology and Human Biology.  Please note that it is administered by Human Biology. Please contact Human Biology if you have any questions.
**This is a joint course between Anthropology and Linguistics.  Please note that it is administered by Linguistics. Please contact Linguistics if you have any questions.
 ***This is a joint course between Anthropology and Geology.  Please note that it is administered by Geology. Please contact Geology if you have any questions.
Last Updated:  July 5, 2017