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Anthro Courses

Check here our archive of current and past graduate-level courses.

To find out what courses are available for the current and upcoming semesters please refer to the department website or search through the NS course catalogue. You may also search through each professor’s bio page (scroll down to the bottom of the page).

Undergraduate anthropology courses are offered through Lang College; please visit the course catalog to find each semester’s course offerings.

Core Graduate courses (taught by faculty in rotation):
– MA program: Problems in Anthropology (GANT 6065) and Critical Foundations (GANT 6051)
– PhD program: ProSeminars – Methods (GANT 7005), Project Conceptualization (GANT 7006) and Grant Writing (GANT 7007)

Elective Graduate Courses – Fall 2021:
Shannon Mattern: Anthropology & Design: Objects, Sites, Systems (GANT 6405), Design Ethnography Workshop (GANT 5490)
Ann StolerDocumentalities: Evidence Beyond Proof (GANT 6232)
Jonathan Bach: Unsettled Objects: Troubling Colonialism (GANT 5615)
Lys Alcayna Stevens: Epidemics & Pandemics (GANT 6135)
Lawrence Hirschfeld: Becoming Social: Culture, Cognition and Early Development (GANT 6165)

Recent graduate course offerings:
Abou Farman: Religion & Secularism (GANT 6170); The Death Seminar (GANT 6217)
Ann Stoler: History of the Present; Contagion; The (Post)colonial Disorder of Things; Documentalities (GANT 6232)
Hugh Raffles: Ethnography and Writing (GANT 6310)
Larry Hirschfeld: Cognition and Culture (GANT 6295); Race, Culture and the Classification of People (GANT 6113)
Miriam Ticktin: The Commons – From Private Property to Feminist Other Ways (GANT 6172); Feminist Dilemmas (GANT 6175); Concept of the Political
Nick Langlitz: Science and Society (GANT 6410)
Shannon Mattern: Mapping the Field (GANT 6218), Data Artifacts, Infrastructures, Landscapes (GANT 6337); Anthropology & Design: Objects, Sites, Systems (GANT 6405)
Antina Von Schnitzler: Technopolitcs (GANT 6614)