Spring 2018

Ph.D. Program in Anthropology, CUNY Graduate Center

Cultural Anthropology, Archaeology, Linguistic Anthropology, Physical Anthropology

 REVISED 1/23/2018

 ANTH 00000: Teaching Undergraduate Anthropology Workshop
GC: Day/time TBA, Rm. 6402, 0 credits (non-registered), Prof. Williams
Required for students with teaching fellowships. Schedule to be confirmed & start date TBA.

ANTH 70000: Colloquium: Current Topics in Anthropology       
GC: F. 4:15-6:15 pm, Rm. C415A, 0 credits, Prof. TBA [38539]
Required for 1st and 2nd year Cultural Anthropology doctoral students. Lecture schedule TBA.

ANTH 70200: Core Course in Cultural Anthropology II
GC: W. 9:30 am-12:30 pm, Rm. 3212, 3 credits, Prof. Edelman [38540]
Course open to Level 1 Cultural Anthropology doctoral students only. 

ANTH 70400: Contemporary Anthropological Theory
GC: M. 1:00-4:00 pm, Rm. 6421, 3 credits, Profs. García-Colón [38541]
Course open to Level 1 Cultural Anthropology doctoral students only. 

ANTH 70600: Research Methods in Women’s & Gender Studies  
GC: W. 11:45am-1:45pm, Rm. 3309, 3 credits, Prof. Davis [38625] Fulfills Methods req. for Cultural students.

ANTH 70700: Taking Back the Land:  Black Social Movements in the Americas and the Caribbean
GC: M. 11:45am-1:45pm, Rm. 3212, 3 credits, Prof. Prosper [38626] Fulfills area req. for Cultural students.

ANTH 71400: Seminar: The Future of Urban Studies
GC: W. 4:15-6:15pm, Rm. 7395, 3 credits, Prof. Mollenkopf [38627] Cross listed with P SC 73100

ANTH 71900: Human/Non-Human Animal Relations
GC: T. 4:15-6:15 pm, Rm. 3310A, 3 credits, Prof. Collins [38543]

ANTH 72000: Medical Anthropology
GC: F. 11:45am-1:45pm, Rm. 3212, 3 credits, Prof. Halliburton [38544]

ANTH 72100: Political Violence in Latin America
GC: W. 4:15-6:15 pm, Rm. 3306, 3 credits, Prof. Skurski [38545] Fulfills area req. for Cultural students.

ANTH 72300: Ethnography of Space & Place
GC: R. 2:00-4:00 pm, Rm. 3309, 3 credits, Prof. Low [38546] Cross listed with PSYC 80103

ANTH 78900: Professional Development in Physical Anthropology
GC: F. 2:00-4:00 pm, Rm. 6496, 3 credits, Prof. Swedell [38547]
Required for CUNY-NYCEP students. Open to CUNY-NYCEP students only. Presentation schedule TBA.

ANTH 79000: Evolutionary Morphology
AMNH/GC: R. 2:00 – 5:00pm, Rm. TBA, 3 credits, Prof. Chester [38548]
Open to CUNY-NYCEP students only (or by permission of instructor).       

ANTH 79000: Genetics & Human Biology
GC: F. 11:00am-1:00pm pm, Rm. 3305, 3 credits, Prof. Raaum [38549]
Open to CUNY-NYCEP students only (or by permission of instructor).       

ANTH 80600: The Politics of Public Space
GC: F. 2:00-4:00pm, Rm. 5383, 3 credits, Prof. Low [38776]
Fulfills Methods requirement for Cultural subfield.  Cross listed with EES 79903.

ANTH 80800: Doctoral Dissertation Writing Workshop
GC: F. 2:00-4:00pm, Rm. 3305, 0 credits, Prof. Skurski [38550] Open to Level 3 GC Anthropology students.

ANTH 81400: Biopolitics
GC: R. 9:30-11:30am, Rm. 5383, 3 credits, Prof. Maskovsky [38551] Open to Doctoral students only.

ANTH 81500: Black Atlantic Political Imagination
GC: R. 11:45am-1:45pm, Rm. 3207, 3 credits, Prof. Wilder [38552]

ANTH 81600: Affect, Gender, and Race
GC: F. 2:00 – 4:00 pm, Rm. 7395, 3 credits, Prof. Williams [38553] Cross listed with WSCP 81000

ANTH 82300: Proposal Writing Seminar
GC: T. 2:00 – 4:00pm, Rm. 5382, 3 credits, Prof. Lennihan [38554] Open to GC Anthropology students only.

ANTH 82500: Seminar: Policing the Crisis 2
GC: F. 2:00-4:00 pm, Rm. TBA, 3 credits, Prof. Susser [38628] Instructor’s permission required.

ANTH 84100: World of the Vikings
HC: W. 5:30-7:20pm, Rm. 710N, 3 credits, Prof. McGovern [38629]

ANTH 84400: Teotihuacan: The Rise, Fall, and Legacy of an Ancient Mexican City
GC: R. 4:15 -6:15 pm, Rm. 6421, 3 credits, Prof. Parry [38630]    Open to Doctoral students only.

ANTH 85000: Archaeological Theory
GC: W. 11:45am-1:45pm, Rm. 3305, 3 credits, Prof. Bauer [38631]

ANTH 85100: Zooarchaeology
HC: F. 5:30-7:20pm, Rm. 705N, 3 credits, Prof. McGovern [38632]

ANTH 87700: Language & Materiality
GC: F. 9:30-11:30am, Rm. 6421, 3 credits, Prof. Cavanaugh [38556]                
Fulfills Linguistic Anthro core requirement for Cultural students only.