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Anthropology (ANTH) Faculty

Anthropology (ANTH) Faculty

Chair
Ronald W. Niezen
Professors
Colin Chapman; B.Sc., M.A., Ph.D.(Alta.) (joint appoint. with McGill School of Environment)
Ronald W. Niezen; B.A.(Br. Col.), M.Phil., Ph.D.(Camb.)
Jérôme Rousseau; B.Sc., M.A.(Montr.), Ph.D.(Camb.)
Philip Carl Salzman; B.A.(Antioch), M.A., Ph.D.(Chic.)
Allan Young; B.A.(Penn.), M.A.(Wash.), Ph.D.(Penn.) (joint appoint. with Social Studies of Medicine)
Associate Professors
Michael S. Bisson; B.A., Ph.D.(Calif.)
André Costopoulos; B.A.(McG.), M.A.(Montr.), Ph.D.(Oulu)
John G. Galaty; B.A.(Trin. Coll., Hartford), M.A., Ph.D.(Chic.)
Sandra T. Hyde; B.A.(Calif., Santa Cruz), M.P.H.(Hawaii, Pac.), Ph.D.(Calif., Berk.)
Kristin Norget; B.A.(Vic. (BC)), M.Phil., D.Phil.(Cant.)
James M. Savelle; B.Sc., M.Sc.(Ott.), M.A.(Ark.), Ph.D.(Alta.)
Colin H. Scott; B.A.(Regina), M.A., Ph.D.(McG.)
Assistant Professors
Gwen Bennett; B.A.(N'Western), M.A., Ph.D.(Calif.-LA) (joint appoint. with East Asian Studies)
Nicole C. Couture; B.A.(Trent), M.A., Ph.D.(Chic.)
Eduardo Kohn; B.A.(Oberlin), M.A., Ph.D.(Wis.)
Setrag Manoukian; B.A.(Venice), M.A., Ph.D.(Mich.) (joint appoint. with Islamic Studies)
Margaret E. Stevenson; B.A.(N. Carolina), Ph.D.(Calif., Berk.)
Ismael Vaccaro; M.A., Ph.D.(Wash.) (joint appoint. with MSE)
Associate Member
Tobias Rees; M.A.(Eberhard Karls-Universitat Tubingen), Diploma in Neuropharmacology(Inst. Pasteur, Paris, France), Ph.D.(Calif., Berk.)
Adjunct Members
Vinh-Kim Nguyen; B.Sc.(McG.), M.D.(Montr.), M.A., Ph.D.(McG.)
Nadia Ferrara; B.A.(C’dia), M.A.(Vermont College), M.Sc.(McG.), Ph.D.(Montr.)
Deborah Sick; Ph.D.(McG.)
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Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) - Minor Concentration Anthropology (18 credits)

The Minor Concentration Anthropology permits students to explore the development and diversity of human beings and human society and culture through courses in human evolution, prehistoric archaeology and socio-cultural anthropology. Students may include courses in all of these fields, or may focus on one or two.

This program may be expanded to the Major Concentration Anthropology.

Complementary Courses (18 credits)

200-Level

3 to 9 credits selected from the following list:

ANTH 201 (3) Prehistoric Archaeology
ANTH 202 (3) Comparative Cultures
ANTH 203 (3) Human Evolution
ANTH 204 (3) Anthropology of Meaning
ANTH 205 (3) Cultures of the World
ANTH 206 (3) Environment and Culture
ANTH 207 (3) Ethnography Through Film
ANTH 208 (3) Evolutionary Anthropology
ANTH 209 (3) Anthropology of Religion
ANTH 212 (3) Anthropology of Development
ANTH 214 (3) Violence, Warfare, Culture
ANTH 221 (3) Introduction to Urban Anthropology
ANTH 222 (3) Legal Anthropology
ANTH 227 (3) Medical Anthropology

Areas

3 credits from either one of the following area groups:

Ethnography

ANTH 304 (3) Chinese Culture in Ethnography and Film
ANTH 306 (3) Native Peoples' History in Canada
ANTH 309 (3) Prehistory of Northern Europe
ANTH 315 (3) Society/Culture: East Africa
ANTH 321 (3) Peoples and Cultures of Africa
ANTH 322 (3) Social Change in Modern Africa
ANTH 326 (3) Anthropology of Latin America
ANTH 327 (3) Peoples of South Asia
ANTH 329 (3) Modern Chinese Society and Change
ANTH 336 (3) Ethnohistory: North Eastern North America
ANTH 337 (3) Mediterranean Society and Culture
ANTH 338 (3) Native Peoples of North America
ANTH 340 (3) Middle Eastern Society and Culture
ANTH 415 (3) Problems in African Anthroplogy
ANTH 416 (3) Environment/Development: Africa
ANTH 422 (3) Contemporary Latin American Culture & Society
ANTH 427 (3) Social Change in South Asia
ANTH 436 (3) North American Native Peoples
ANTH 500 (3) Chinese Diversity and Diaspora

Archaeology

ANTH 305 (3) Arctic Prehistory
ANTH 307 (3) Andean Prehistory
ANTH 309 (3) Prehistory of Northern Europe
ANTH 317 (3) Prehistory of North America
ANTH 319 (3) Inka Archaeology & Ethnohistory
ANTH 330 (3) Traditional Whaling Societies
ANTH 331 (3) Prehistory of East Asia
ANTH 335 (3) Ancient Egyptian Civilization
ANTH 345 (3) Prehistory of Africa
ANTH 347 (3) Paleolithic Cultures
ANTH 348 (3) Early Prehistory: New World
ANTH 431 (3) Problems in East Asian Archaeology
ANTH 552 (3) Problems: Prehistory North Eastern America

6 to 12 credits from any 300-, 400-, or 500-level Anthropology courses.

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Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) - Major Concentration Anthropology (36 credits)

The Major Concentration is especially appropriate for students who aim to take courses across several sub-disciplinary or topical concentrations, and for whom specialization is premature. There are no prerequisites for admission to the Major Concentration Anthropology. Students are encouraged to take a course in quantitative methods (listed under the Honours program), but this course cannot count as part of this Concentration.

Complementary Courses (36 credits)

200-Level

6 credits selected from 200-level courses in Anthropology.

ANTH 201 (3) Prehistoric Archaeology
ANTH 202 (3) Comparative Cultures
ANTH 203 (3) Human Evolution
ANTH 204 (3) Anthropology of Meaning
ANTH 205 (3) Cultures of the World
ANTH 206 (3) Environment and Culture
ANTH 207 (3) Ethnography Through Film
ANTH 208 (3) Evolutionary Anthropology
ANTH 209 (3) Anthropology of Religion
ANTH 212 (3) Anthropology of Development
ANTH 214 (3) Violence, Warfare, Culture
ANTH 221 (3) Introduction to Urban Anthropology
ANTH 222 (3) Legal Anthropology
ANTH 227 (3) Medical Anthropology

Core (350-Level)

6 credits, from the following Core courses (350-level)

(Note: These are restricted to students in any Anthropology program with U2 standing or above.)

ANTH 352 (3) History of Anthropological Theory
ANTH 355 (3) Theories of Culture and Society
ANTH 357 (3) Archaeological Methods
ANTH 358 (3) The Process of Anthropological Research
ANTH 359 (3) History of Archaeological Theory

Areas

6 credits selected from Area courses:

Ethnography

ANTH 304 (3) Chinese Culture in Ethnography and Film
ANTH 306 (3) Native Peoples' History in Canada
ANTH 309 (3) Prehistory of Northern Europe
ANTH 315 (3) Society/Culture: East Africa
ANTH 321 (3) Peoples and Cultures of Africa
ANTH 322 (3) Social Change in Modern Africa
ANTH 326 (3) Anthropology of Latin America
ANTH 327 (3) Peoples of South Asia
ANTH 329 (3) Modern Chinese Society and Change
ANTH 336 (3) Ethnohistory: North Eastern North America
ANTH 337 (3) Mediterranean Society and Culture
ANTH 338 (3) Native Peoples of North America
ANTH 340 (3) Middle Eastern Society and Culture
ANTH 415 (3) Problems in African Anthroplogy
ANTH 416 (3) Environment/Development: Africa
ANTH 422 (3) Contemporary Latin American Culture & Society
ANTH 427 (3) Social Change in South Asia
ANTH 436 (3) North American Native Peoples
ANTH 500 (3) Chinese Diversity and Diaspora

Archaeology

ANTH 305 (3) Arctic Prehistory
ANTH 307 (3) Andean Prehistory
ANTH 309 (3) Prehistory of Northern Europe
ANTH 317 (3) Prehistory of North America
ANTH 319 (3) Inka Archaeology & Ethnohistory
ANTH 330 (3) Traditional Whaling Societies
ANTH 331 (3) Prehistory of East Asia
ANTH 335 (3) Ancient Egyptian Civilization
ANTH 345 (3) Prehistory of Africa
ANTH 347 (3) Paleolithic Cultures
ANTH 348 (3) Early Prehistory: New World
ANTH 431 (3) Problems in East Asian Archaeology
ANTH 552 (3) Problems: Prehistory North Eastern America

400-Level

6 credits, two 400-level Anthropology courses.

Undergraduate Level

12 credits of additional undergraduate level Anthropology courses of which no more than 6 credits may be at the 200-level.

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Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) - Honours Anthropology (60 credits)

Honours students must maintain a GPA of 3.30 in their program courses and, according to Faculty regulations, a minimum CGPA of 3.00 in general.

Complementary (60 credits)

Honours students select their courses as specified below. Students may take a maximum of 9 credits at the 300-level or higher offered by other departments if they are directly related to their focus of study within Anthropology and are approved by their departmental program adviser.

200-/300-Level

A maximum of 36 credits of 200- and 300- level courses (of which a maximum of 21 credits may be at the 200-level) selected from:

ANTH 201 (3) Prehistoric Archaeology
ANTH 202 (3) Comparative Cultures
ANTH 203 (3) Human Evolution
ANTH 204 (3) Anthropology of Meaning
ANTH 205 (3) Cultures of the World
ANTH 206 (3) Environment and Culture
ANTH 207 (3) Ethnography Through Film
ANTH 208 (3) Evolutionary Anthropology
ANTH 209 (3) Anthropology of Religion
ANTH 212 (3) Anthropology of Development
ANTH 214 (3) Violence, Warfare, Culture
ANTH 221 (3) Introduction to Urban Anthropology
ANTH 222 (3) Legal Anthropology
ANTH 227 (3) Medical Anthropology
ANTH 301 (3) Nomadic Pastoralists
ANTH 302 (3) New Horizons in Medical Anthropology
ANTH 303 (3) Ethnographies of Post-socialism
ANTH 305 (3) Arctic Prehistory
ANTH 306 (3) Native Peoples' History in Canada
ANTH 308 (3) Political Anthropology 01
ANTH 309 (3) Prehistory of Northern Europe
ANTH 310 (3) Anthropology of the Arts
ANTH 311 (3) Primate Behaviour and Ecology
ANTH 312 (3) Zooarchaeology
ANTH 313 (3) Early Civilizations
ANTH 314 (3) Psychological Anthropology 01
ANTH 315 (3) Society/Culture: East Africa
ANTH 316 (3) Anthropology of Complex Societies
ANTH 317 (3) Prehistory of North America
ANTH 319 (3) Inka Archaeology & Ethnohistory
ANTH 320 (3) Social Evolution
ANTH 321 (3) Peoples and Cultures of Africa
ANTH 322 (3) Social Change in Modern Africa
ANTH 324 (3) Economic Anthropology 01
ANTH 326 (3) Anthropology of Latin America
ANTH 327 (3) Peoples of South Asia
ANTH 329 (3) Modern Chinese Society and Change
ANTH 331 (3) Prehistory of East Asia
ANTH 333 (3) Class and Ethnicity
ANTH 334 (3) Kinship and Social Structure
ANTH 335 (3) Ancient Egyptian Civilization
ANTH 336 (3) Ethnohistory: North Eastern North America
ANTH 337 (3) Mediterranean Society and Culture
ANTH 338 (3) Native Peoples of North America
ANTH 339 (3) Ecological Anthropology
ANTH 340 (3) Middle Eastern Society and Culture
ANTH 341 (3) Women in Cross-cultural Perspective
ANTH 342 (3) Gender, Inequality and the State
ANTH 344 (3) Quantitative Approaches to Anthropology
ANTH 345 (3) Prehistory of Africa
ANTH 346 (3) Development in Agrarian Societies
ANTH 347 (3) Paleolithic Cultures
ANTH 348 (3) Early Prehistory: New World
ANTH 380 (3) Special Topic 1
ANTH 381 (3) Special Topic 2
ANTH 382 (3) Special Topic 3
ANTH 383 (3) Special Topic 4

Core (350-Level)

A minimum of 9 credits of core courses at the 350-level selected from:

ANTH 352 (3) History of Anthropological Theory
ANTH 355 (3) Theories of Culture and Society
ANTH 357 (3) Archaeological Methods
ANTH 358 (3) The Process of Anthropological Research
ANTH 359 (3) History of Archaeological Theory

400-/500-Level

A minimum of 9 credits of 400- or 500-level courses selected from:

ANTH 401 (3) Comparative Anthropology
ANTH 402 (3) Topics in Ethnography 1
ANTH 403 (3) Current Issues in Archaeology
ANTH 404 (3) Topics in Psychological Anthropology
ANTH 405 (3) Topics in Ethnography 2
ANTH 407 (3) Anthropology of the Body
ANTH 412 (3) Topics: Anthropological Theory
ANTH 413 (3) Gender in Archaeology
ANTH 416 (3) Environment/Development: Africa
ANTH 418 (3) Environment and Development
ANTH 419 (3) Archaeology of Hunter-Gatherers
ANTH 420 (3) Lithic Technology and Analysis
ANTH 422 (3) Contemporary Latin American Culture & Society
ANTH 430 (3) Symbolic Anthropology 01
ANTH 431 (3) Problems in East Asian Archaeology
ANTH 436 (3) North American Native Peoples
ANTH 438 (3) Topics in Medical Anthropology
ANTH 439 (3) Theories of Development
ANTH 440 (3) Cognitive Anthropology
ANTH 443 (3) Medical Anthropological Theory
ANTH 445 (3) Property and Land Tenure
ANTH 461 (3) Research Techniques
ANTH 480 (3) Special Topic 5
ANTH 481 (3) Special Topic 6
ANTH 482 (3) Special Topic 7
ANTH 483 (3) Special Topic 8
ANTH 484 (3) Special Topic 9
ANTH 485 (3) Special Topic 10
ANTH 500 (3) Chinese Diversity and Diaspora
ANTH 511 (3) Computational Approaches to Prehistory
ANTH 540 (3) Topics in Anthropological Theory
ANTH 551 (3) Advanced Topics: Archaeological Research
ANTH 555 (3) Advanced Topics in Ethnology
ANTH 575 (3) Concepts of Race

Honours Thesis

6 credits of honours thesis courses selected from:

ANTH 490 (6) Honours Thesis 1
ANTH 491 (6) Honours Thesis 2
ANTH 492 (6) Honours Thesis
ANTH 492D1 (3) Honours Thesis
ANTH 492D2 (3) Honours Thesis
ANTH 492N1 (3) Honours Thesis
ANTH 492N2 (3) Honours Thesis
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Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) - Joint Honours Component Anthropology (36 credits)

Students wishing to study at the Honours level in two disciplines can combine Joint Honours Program components in any two Arts disciplines. For a list of available Joint Honours programs, see "Overview of Programs Offered" and "Joint Honours Programs". 

Students interested in Joint Honours should consult an adviser in the other department for specific course requirements. A form will be supplied by the Anthropology Department to keep track of courses required by both departments for the joint honours components.

The Joint Honours thesis topic should be arranged by consultation with an adviser in Anthropology and the other discipline, and supervisors should be appointed in each department who will work together to guide the student.

Joint Honours students must maintain a GPA of 3.30 in their program courses and, according to Faculty regulations, a minimum CGPA of 3.00 in general.

Complementary (36 credits)

Joint Honours students select their courses as specified below.

200-Level

A maximum of 12 credits of 200-level courses selected from:

ANTH 201 (3) Prehistoric Archaeology
ANTH 202 (3) Comparative Cultures
ANTH 203 (3) Human Evolution
ANTH 204 (3) Anthropology of Meaning
ANTH 205 (3) Cultures of the World
ANTH 206 (3) Environment and Culture
ANTH 207 (3) Ethnography Through Film
ANTH 208 (3) Evolutionary Anthropology
ANTH 209 (3) Anthropology of Religion
ANTH 212 (3) Anthropology of Development
ANTH 222 (3) Legal Anthropology
ANTH 227 (3) Medical Anthropology

300-Level

A minimum of 6 credits of 300-level courses selected from:

ANTH 301 (3) Nomadic Pastoralists
ANTH 302 (3) New Horizons in Medical Anthropology
ANTH 303 (3) Ethnographies of Post-socialism
ANTH 305 (3) Arctic Prehistory
ANTH 306 (3) Native Peoples' History in Canada
ANTH 308 (3) Political Anthropology 01
ANTH 309 (3) Prehistory of Northern Europe
ANTH 310 (3) Anthropology of the Arts
ANTH 311 (3) Primate Behaviour and Ecology
ANTH 312 (3) Zooarchaeology
ANTH 313 (3) Early Civilizations
ANTH 314 (3) Psychological Anthropology 01
ANTH 315 (3) Society/Culture: East Africa
ANTH 316 (3) Anthropology of Complex Societies
ANTH 317 (3) Prehistory of North America
ANTH 319 (3) Inka Archaeology & Ethnohistory
ANTH 320 (3) Social Evolution
ANTH 321 (3) Peoples and Cultures of Africa
ANTH 322 (3) Social Change in Modern Africa
ANTH 324 (3) Economic Anthropology 01
ANTH 326 (3) Anthropology of Latin America
ANTH 327 (3) Peoples of South Asia
ANTH 329 (3) Modern Chinese Society and Change
ANTH 331 (3) Prehistory of East Asia
ANTH 333 (3) Class and Ethnicity
ANTH 334 (3) Kinship and Social Structure
ANTH 335 (3) Ancient Egyptian Civilization
ANTH 336 (3) Ethnohistory: North Eastern North America
ANTH 337 (3) Mediterranean Society and Culture
ANTH 338 (3) Native Peoples of North America
ANTH 339 (3) Ecological Anthropology
ANTH 340 (3) Middle Eastern Society and Culture
ANTH 341 (3) Women in Cross-cultural Perspective
ANTH 342 (3) Gender, Inequality and the State
ANTH 344 (3) Quantitative Approaches to Anthropology
ANTH 345 (3) Prehistory of Africa
ANTH 346 (3) Development in Agrarian Societies
ANTH 347 (3) Paleolithic Cultures
ANTH 348 (3) Early Prehistory: New World
ANTH 380 (3) Special Topic 1
ANTH 381 (3) Special Topic 2
ANTH 382 (3) Special Topic 3
ANTH 383 (3) Special Topic 4

Core (350-Level)

A minimum of 9 credits of core courses at the 350-level selected from:

ANTH 352 (3) History of Anthropological Theory
ANTH 355 (3) Theories of Culture and Society
ANTH 357 (3) Archaeological Methods
ANTH 358 (3) The Process of Anthropological Research
ANTH 359 (3) History of Archaeological Theory

400-/500-Level

A minimum of 6 credits of 400- or 500-level courses selected from:

ANTH 401 (3) Comparative Anthropology
ANTH 402 (3) Topics in Ethnography 1
ANTH 403 (3) Current Issues in Archaeology
ANTH 404 (3) Topics in Psychological Anthropology
ANTH 405 (3) Topics in Ethnography 2
ANTH 407 (3) Anthropology of the Body
ANTH 412 (3) Topics: Anthropological Theory
ANTH 413 (3) Gender in Archaeology
ANTH 416 (3) Environment/Development: Africa
ANTH 418 (3) Environment and Development
ANTH 419 (3) Archaeology of Hunter-Gatherers
ANTH 420 (3) Lithic Technology and Analysis
ANTH 422 (3) Contemporary Latin American Culture & Society
ANTH 430 (3) Symbolic Anthropology 01
ANTH 431 (3) Problems in East Asian Archaeology
ANTH 436 (3) North American Native Peoples
ANTH 438 (3) Topics in Medical Anthropology
ANTH 439 (3) Theories of Development
ANTH 440 (3) Cognitive Anthropology
ANTH 443 (3) Medical Anthropological Theory
ANTH 445 (3) Property and Land Tenure
ANTH 461 (3) Research Techniques
ANTH 480 (3) Special Topic 5
ANTH 481 (3) Special Topic 6
ANTH 482 (3) Special Topic 7
ANTH 483 (3) Special Topic 8
ANTH 484 (3) Special Topic 9
ANTH 485 (3) Special Topic 10
ANTH 500 (3) Chinese Diversity and Diaspora
ANTH 511 (3) Computational Approaches to Prehistory
ANTH 540 (3) Topics in Anthropological Theory
ANTH 551 (3) Advanced Topics: Archaeological Research
ANTH 555 (3) Advanced Topics in Ethnology
ANTH 575 (3) Concepts of Race

Joint Honours Project

The joint honours thesis or project topic should be determined in consultation with advisers from both the student's joint honours components. Normally, the project is 6 credits of course work with 3 credits applying to each joint honours component. The 3-credit Anthropology course is selected from:

ANTH 480 (3) Special Topic 5
ANTH 481 (3) Special Topic 6
ANTH 482 (3) Special Topic 7
ANTH 483 (3) Special Topic 8
ANTH 484 (3) Special Topic 9
ANTH 485 (3) Special Topic 10
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Anthropology (ANTH) Related Programs and Study Semesters

Anthropology (ANTH) Related Programs and Study Semesters

African Field Study Semester

African Field Study Semester

The Department of Geography, Faculty of Science, coordinates the 15-credit interdisciplinary African Field Study Semester; see Field Studies and Study Abroad > African Field Study Semester.

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Anthropology (ANTH)

Location

Location

  • Stephen Leacock Building, Room 718
  • 855 Sherbrooke Street West
  • Montreal, Quebec H3A 2T7

About Anthropology

About Anthropology

The Honours Program and Major Concentration in Anthropology emphasize the similarity and diversity of human behaviour, understanding of social and cultural systems, and the processes of socio-cultural change from human origins to the present day. Within Anthropology, the Department concentrates on the fields of Archaeology and Socio-Cultural Anthropology.

Our programs serve as a useful background for those who are planning a career in law, medicine, foreign service, community organization, public administration, journalism, and teaching and research in social sciences and humanities. The Multi-track Major and Minor Concentrations provide students with a solid grounding in anthropology as a whole, or in selected topical or sub-disciplinary areas, while allowing students to follow programs in other departments that suit their needs and interests. The Honours program provides a greater focus on Anthropology with substantial breadth and depth. The completion of an Honours program is an asset when applying to graduate or professional schools.

Students should have a CGPA of at least 3.30 to register in an Honours or Joint Honours Program after their first year, and maintain it to graduate with an Honours Degree. Graduation with a First Class Honours or Joint Honours Degree requires a CGPA of 3.50 or better.

Core Courses

Core Courses

Core courses in Anthropology (350 level) provide students with essential knowledge of method and theory. They are more intensive than other 300-level courses, and are restricted to Anthropology program students in U2 standing or above.

Anthropology Minor Concentrations

Anthropology Minor Concentrations

The Minor Concentration in Anthropology consists of 18 credits (six 3-credit courses) in the discipline and is designed to complement students' study in related disciplines or in interdisciplinary programs. The degree may enhance the employment profile of graduating students wishing to work in social services, in multicultural or multiethnic settings, in international development, aboriginal history, museum work, or in educational or media related professions.

Students should register in the Minor Concentration prior to their second year of study at McGill. No credits taken in a Minor may overlap with another degree program. The Minor Concentration may be expanded into the single Anthropology Major Concentration.

The Minor Concentration in Anthropological Archaeology and the Minor Concentration in Socio-Cultural Anthropology were retired at the end of 2004. Students enrolled in either one at that time should consult with a Departmental adviser.

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