An introduction to anthropology
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Anthropology is the study of man, mankind and humanity, its diversities and developments in all its cultural, social and historical dimensions. As a distinctive scientific discipline, anthropology began to emerge in the mid-19th century at the intersection of the development of natural science and European colonial enterprise. Contemporary world understanding of anthropology has become increasingly significant, enabling us to understand the origin and evolution of ours and others’ beliefs, expressions, shared and diverse identities, religions, and cultural values.
This eight-session course is aimed at providing a comprehensive introduction to anthropology, its key concepts, branches and leading anthropologists and their theories.
- Each tuesday between Tuesday 17 April and Tuesday 05 June from 18.00 to 20.00
- Each tuesday between Tuesday 24 July and Tuesday 11 September from 14.00 to 16.00
8 sessions, 16 hours total
University of Sydney, 65 Parramatta Rd Camperdown 2006 Venue details
Centre for Continuing Education at The University of Sydney
02 9036 4789
How to get to this event:
Call 131 500 or visit www.131500.com.au
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University of Sydney, 65 Parramatta Rd Camperdown 2006