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Culture in a Globalizing World (ASB102) 3 Credits

Principles of cultural and social anthropology, with illustrative materials from a variety of cultures. The nature of culture; social, political, and economic systems; religion, aesthetics and language. Prerequisites: None.

General Education Designations: G, SB

Class# Semester Location Delivery Dates Days Times Instructor Availability
15214 Spring 2015 Glendale
HU 101
In Person 01/21/2015- 05/15/2015 M,W,F 11:00AM- 11:50AM
  • D. Wheeler III
Open
21 of 35 Seats Available

Women in Other Cultures (ASB211) 3 Credits

Cross-cultural analysis of the economic, social, political, and religious factors that affect women's status in traditional and modern societies. Prerequisites: None.

General Education Designations: G, HU, SB

Class# Semester Location Delivery Dates Days Times Instructor Availability
15300 Spring 2015 Glendale
CL 11
In Person 01/22/2015- 05/15/2015 Th 7:10PM- 9:55PM
  • T. Smith
Open
20 of 35 Seats Available

Magic, Witchcraft and Healing: An Introduction to Comparative Religion (ASB214) 3 Credits

Origins, elements, and forms of religion; a comparative survey of religious beliefs, myths, rituals and symbolism including magic, witchcraft and healing as practiced in selected regions of the world; the place of religion in the total culture. Prerequisites: None.

General Education Designations: G, HU

Class# Semester Location Delivery Dates Days Times Instructor Availability
15215 Spring 2015 Glendale
CL 11
In Person 01/20/2015- 05/15/2015 Tu 7:10PM- 9:55PM
  • C. Pascariu
Open
14 of 35 Seats Available

Buried Cities and Lost Tribes: Old World (ASB222) 3 Credits

Introduction to archaeology through discoveries and the researchers who made them. Emphasis on methods of archaeological fieldwork and what these discoveries reveal about humanity, including the nature of archaeological inquiry, the development of human social groups, the changing role of religion in evolving societies, the origins of agriculture, the origins of settled lifeways, the rise of cities and complex societies, political strife across different cultures and the forces which tend to fragment societies. Examples drawn from Africa, Asia, Europe, the Pacific Islands, and Australia. Prerequisites: None.

General Education Designations: G, H, HU, SB

Class# Semester Location Delivery Dates Days Times Instructor Availability
15294 Spring 2015 Glendale
HU 101
In Person 01/21/2015- 05/15/2015 M,W,F 12:00PM- 12:50PM
  • D. Wheeler III
Closed
No Seats Available
  • Notes
    • Class Notes: All textbook and course materials available at no or low cost (<$40) - may include OER (Open Educational Resources).
      Class 15294 costs include Special Class Fee: $2
Class# Semester Location Delivery Dates Days Times Instructor Availability
36668 Spring 2015 Glendale: North Campus
GCC North A 113
In Person 01/20/2015- 05/15/2015 Tu 7:10PM- 9:55PM
  • D. Wheeler III
Open
23 of 35 Seats Available
  • Notes
    • Class Notes: All textbook and course materials available at no or low cost (<$40) - may include OER (Open Educational Resources).
      Class 36668 is held at GCC North, 5727 W. Happy Valley Road.
      Class 36668 costs include Special Class Fee: $2
Class# Semester Location Delivery Dates Days Times Instructor Availability
15216 Spring 2015 Glendale
HU 101
In Person 01/20/2015- 05/15/2015 Tu,Th 4:00PM- 5:15PM
  • C. Toupin
Open
26 of 35 Seats Available
  • Notes
    • Class Notes: All textbook and course materials available at no or low cost (<$40) - may include OER (Open Educational Resources).
      Class 15216 costs include Special Class Fee: $2

Buried Cities and Lost Tribes: New World (ASB223) 3 Credits

Introduction to archaeology through discoveries and the researchers who made them. Emphasis on methods of archaeological fieldwork and what these discoveries reveal about humanity, including the nature of archaeological inquiry, the development of human social groups, the changing role of religion in evolving societies, the origins of agriculture, the origins of settled lifeways, the rise of cities and complex societies, political strife across different cultures and the forces which fragment societies. Examples drawn from North America, Central America, and South America. Prerequisites: None.

General Education Designations: G, H, HU, SB

Class# Semester Location Delivery Dates Days Times Instructor Availability
15217 Spring 2015 Glendale
HU 101
In Person 01/21/2015- 05/15/2015 M,W 1:00PM- 2:15PM
  • D. Wheeler III
Open
17 of 35 Seats Available
  • Notes
    • Class Notes: All textbook and course materials available at no or low cost (<$40) - may include OER (Open Educational Resources).
      Class 15217 costs include Special Class Fee: $2
Class# Semester Location Delivery Dates Days Times Instructor Availability
30845 Spring 2015 Glendale
HU 101
In Person 01/20/2015- 05/15/2015 Tu,Th 2:30PM- 3:45PM
  • A. Frashuer
Open
24 of 35 Seats Available
  • Notes
    • Class Notes: All textbook and course materials available at no or low cost (<$40) - may include OER (Open Educational Resources).
      Class 30845 costs include Special Class Fee: $2

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