Anthropology Secondary Emphasis

*Note The secondary emphasis in anthropology was revised and approved by the Curriculum Committee to start Spring 2018. In addition, the Curriculum Committee approved the suspension of the anthropology POE in Fall 2017. Students can continue to individualize their POE to reflect anthropology courses useful to their educational goals while in attendance at Juniata College. Please contact Dr. Thomas at thomasm@juniata.edu with any questions.

The Anthropology POE requires students to complete 21 credits as follows:

Required Courses:
The following four courses will be required for the secondary emphasis

AN 151 Introduction to Anthropology SI 3
AN 234 Constructing Race and Ethnicity SI 3
AN 351 Globalization and Culture SI 3
AN 411 History of Anthropological Thought S 3


Elective Courses:
Students will be required to take three additional courses, one in anthropology, and two in either anthropology or the following approved courses.

Anthropology Course Offerings
AN 1XX Culture, Science and Humanity   3
AN 254 Archeology and Prehistory   3
AN 255 Applied Archeology   3
AN 300 Anthropology of War and Peace   3
AN 3XX Gender, Ethnicity and Health   3
AN 3XX Medical Anthropology   3
AN 4XX Evolution, Medicine, and Health   3
Additional Course Offerings
CM 320 Qualitative Research Methods   3
CM 290 The Metaverse   3
EN 200 History of Language   3
HS 221 Gender and Sexuality   3
HS 227 History of Food   3
HS 313 Disease, Medicine and Empire   3
HS 367 Women of Africa   3
IM 242 Info Visualization   3
PACS 110 Introduction to Peace and Conflict Studies   3
PACS 305 Gender and Conflict   3
PACS 308 Nonviolence: Theory & Practice   3
PACS 229 Peacebuilding in the Arts   3
PY 321 Health Psychology   3
PY 402 Evolutionary Psychology   3
PY 410 Aggression and Prejudice   3
RL 120 World Religions   3
RL 170 Origins of Evil   3
RL 246 Modern Culture and Religion   3
RL 341 Religion and War   3
SO 203 Minority Experiences   3
SO 305 Gender and Society   3
SO 320 Wealth, Power, and Society   3
SO 335 Social Change   3
SO 350 Social Movements   3
WL 303 Sociolinguistics   3