60H Section 001 FYS: Crisis & Resilience: Past & Future of Human Society (3). Adopting a long view of human societies, students examine responses to crises engendered by political, economic, and environmental factors. Perspectives on societal change – apocalyptic, transformational, and resilient – undergo scrutiny.

198H  First Year Honors in Anthropology II (3). Open to honors candidates. Permission of instructor is required. Reading or study under a faculty member whose interests coincide with those of the individual student.

396H  Independent Reading or Study in Anthropology (1-12). Permission of instructor. Reading or study under the guidance of a faculty member whose interests coincide with those of the individual student. Required contract.

438H Section 001 Concepts of Nature (3). An interdisciplinary seminar exploring conceptions of nature within selected sociocultural traditions.  Emphasis on aspects of nature such as water, trees and forests, fractal patterns, and celestial phenomena such as stars.

691H  Seniors Honors Project in Anthropology (3). Permission of the instructor.  Open only to honors candidates.Required contract.

692H  Senior Honors Thesis in Anthropology (3). Permission of the instructor.  Open only to honors candidates.Required contract.