Peoples of the Middle East

Peoples of the Middle East
Ecology, social organization, and beliefs of nomadic, rural, and urban groups between western Africa and Pakistan.
ANTHR
340
 Hours3.0 Credit, 3.0 Lecture, 0.0 Lab
 PrerequisitesNone
 TaughtFall even years
 ProgramsContaining ANTHR 340
Course Outcomes

Cultures & Peoples of the Middle East

Students will gain an introductory level understanding of the variety of cultures, ethnic groups, religious variances, and competing political entities representative of the regions included in the MIddle East. Special emphasis will be placed on applying this knowledge to archaeological and anthropological perspectives, disciplines, and professions.

Creative Thinking, Analysis, Research, and Writing Skills

Through course assignments, students will increase their skills in creative thinking, analysis of data, research, and writing.

Ecology, social organization, beliefs, nomadic, rural, and u

Through course assignments, students will gain a knowledge and demonstrate their comprehension of the ecologies, social organizations, religious beliefs, and variances between nomadic, rural, and urban groups in the Middle East.