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ANTH 222     Celtic Culture and Archaeology  (4)

Grounded in the anthropological perspective, this course will explore ancient Celtic society through archaeology, ethnohistory, linguistics, and a focus on myth and religion. Our study initially focuses on the people of the European Iron Age (800 B.C. to the Roman conquest). Further course components consider the continuity and influence of Celtic traditions though the Middle Ages to the present in areas least impacted by Roman rule (Ireland, Scotland, and parts of Wales), and the contemporary cultural phenomena known as Celtic Revivalism.

Women's and Gender Studies

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...credit for ANTH 321. Prerequisite: ANTH 104 or...of Christian scripture. RELG 222 Gender and Sex...

American Studies

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...Instructor prerequisite override required. ANTH 301 American Culture...States and abroad. POLS 222 United States Foreign...