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ANTHROPOLOGY 2011–2012                                                                               Application Process
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The department of anthropology has a research-active faculty who work closely with students
on a one-on-one basis. Classes are small, graduate students have their own workspaces and the
department has a wealth of archaeological and ethnographic collections in its museum.               Degree Requirements
Anthropology explains the relationships among biology, culture and the environments in                       4
which people live. Anthropology addresses problems such as the integration of cultural and
ethnic diversity, the conduct of international relations, human rights and the management                  Faculty
of environmental and cultural resources. There are three basic options for construction of
a master’s degree in anthropology: archaeology, cultural anthropology or museum studies.
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Each concentration has its own formal course work, independent study and requirements for
graduation.                                                                                         Course Descriptions
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                                                                                                Anthropology
                                                                                                Department of Anthropology
                                                                                                Sturm Hall, Room 146 South
                                                                                                2000 E. Asbury Ave.
                                                                                                Denver, CO 80208
                                                                                                303-871-2406
                                                                                                http://www.du.edu/anthro
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APPLICATION PROCESS
Following are the simple steps to apply for graduate study             3. Test Scores
in Anthropology at the University of Denver. If you have any           The Graduate Record Examination (GRE) is required. Scores
questions about the process, please contact the Office of              must be received directly from the appropriate testing
Graduate Studies.                                                      agency by the program’s stated deadline. The institution
   1. Apply Online / Application Deadlines                             code for the University of Denver is 4842. Non-native English
   Applications for graduate study in Anthropology at the              speakers are required to provide scores from either the Test
   University of Denver must be submitted online. All materials        of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) or the International
   must be received in the Office of Graduate Studies by the           English Language Testing System (IELTS). Please note: this
   program’s stated deadline: February 6.                              requirement is independent of citizenship status.

   To apply online, visit: www.du.edu/apply/graduates/index.           The minimum TOEFL score accepted by DU is 80 (iBT) or 550
   html. A $60 non-refundable application fee is required for          (paper-based). The minimum IELTS score accepted by DU is
   an application to be processed. Application fee waivers are         6.0. Non-native English speakers who hold a post-secondary
   available for McNair Scholars.                                      degree from an institution where English is the only language
                                                                       of instruction and examination or who hold a regionally
   2. Transcripts / Course and Degree Prerequisites and                accredited baccalaureate degree from a U.S. institution are
   Requirements                                                        exempt from the TOEFL/IELTS requirement. There are no
   Applicants are required to submit an official transcript from       exemptions for graduate teaching assistants.
   each post-secondary institution attended, or are presently          Graduate Teaching Assistants (GTAs) must demonstrate
   attending, where two quarter hours (or one semester hour) or        fluency in spoken English by scoring a 26 on the TOEFL
   more were completed. Proof of a bachelor’s, and if applicable,      speaking section or 8.0 on the IELTS speaking section. Please
   a master’s degree from a regionally accredited college or           visit www.du.edu/media/documents/graduates/toefl.pdf for a
   university is required. Applicants must also account for any        list of TOEFL/IELTS requirements.
   study undertaken outside the United States. If study abroad
   course work with grades and course titles do not appear             4. Candidate Statement
   on a transcript, those records must be obtained as well.            A personal statement of academic and professional goals and
   All transcripts must be official and received in the Office of      objective is required. Include your future goals and purpose
   Graduate Studies in a sealed envelope. University of Denver         for applying to the Anthropology program. The statement
   students and alumni do not need to provide DU transcripts as        should be submitted via upload through the online application
   these will be requested by the Office of Graduate Studies.          process.
   Transcripts issued in a language other than English must be         5. Recommendation Letters
   accompanied by a certified English translation. Students who        Two letters of recommendation are required. These letters
   have earned a degree outside the U.S. must also submit              should be solicited and uploaded by recommenders through
   proof of graduation, typically through a degree certificate or      the online application system. Letters must be received by the
   diploma. If you have been educated outside the U.S., we             program’s stated deadline.
   encourage you to contact the Office of Graduate Studies
   for assistance regarding transcript-related materials. DU’s
   in-house foreign credential evaluation may take up to four
   weeks. This evaluation must be complete by the program’s
   stated deadline. Applicants with education credentials from
   outside of the U.S. are encouraged to apply early.




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APPLICATION PROCESS (continued)
   6. Financial Support
   To be considered for financial support, domestic applicants
   should apply early and submit the Free Application for Federal
   Student Aid (FAFSA) by the priority deadline. Information
   about financial aid can be found on the Office of Financial
   Aid website www.du.edu/apply/gradfinaid/index.html.
   International students are not eligible for federal financial aid.
   Some programs provide competitive awards in the form of
   fellowships and/or assistantships. Contact your academic
   program for more information.
   7. Application Status
   We encourage you to be actively engaged in the
   admission process. You can check your application
   status online at https://myweb.du.edu/mdb/twbkwbis.P_
   GenMenu?name=homepage.


Mailing Address
Mail official transcripts and any supplemental admission materials
not submitted with the online application to:
   University of Denver
   Office of Graduate Studies
   Mary Reed Building, Room 5
   2199 S. University Blvd.
   Denver, CO 80208-4802


International Applicants
For complete international applicant information, please visit
the Office of Graduate Studies International Student Application
Information. International applicants are strongly encouraged to
have their applications complete at least eight weeks prior to the
program’s application deadline.




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DEGREE REQUIREMENTS
Credit hours and non-course requirements                               At least one of the following
48 quarter hours with thesis                                              ANTH 3170 Applied Heritage Management
60 quarter hours with master’s paper                                     ANTH 3390 Geoarchaeology
48 quarter hours with master’s paper plus museum exhibit                 ANTH 4040 Historical Archaeology
                                                                       One ethnology course
1. Foreign language test in French, German, Russian or Spanish is        ANTH 3000 Anthropology of Tourism
required with a score of 500 or better; or an A or B in two courses      ANTH 3010 World Food/World Hunger
at the 2100 level or in any course for which 2100 is a prerequisite;     ANTH 3020 Native Religions
or demonstrated proficiency in an acceptable second language; or
complete ANTH 3680 Quantitative Methods in Anthropology with             ANTH 3050 Ethnicity, Power and Identity
a grade of B or better.                                                  ANTH 3220 The Evolution of Culture
2. Qualifying examination                                                ANTH 3360/ANTH 4360 Cross-Cultural Perspectives on Women
                                                                         ANTH 3380/ANTH 4380 Women and Development
Course Requirements                                                      ANTH 3400 Ethnology of China
                                                                         ANTH 3430 Visions, Utopias and Messiahs in Cross-Cultural
Concentration: Archaeology
                                                                         Perspective
Track: Thesis
                                                                         ANTH 3470 Applied Anthropology
                                                                         ANTH 3500 Culture and the City
Degree requirements:
48 graduate-level quarter hours                                          ANTH 3540 The Nature of Language
Maximum of 15 hours of transfer work                                     ANTH 3640 Race, Sex and Evolution
Minimum GPA of 3.0                                                       ANTH 3650 Dynamics of Culture Change
Minimum grade of B for individual courses counted toward degree          ANTH 3880 Technology and Adaptation
                                                                         ANTH 3885/ANTH 4885 Anthropology and Underdevelopment
Non-course requirements:                                                 ANTH 4010 Social Organization
Advancement to candidacy                                                 ANTH 4030 Folklore: Form and Content
Thesis                                                                   ANTH 4200 Indians of North America
Oral examination                                                         ANTH 4250 Ancient North America
Qualifying examination                                                   ANTH 4350 Ecology and Society in the Ancient Southwest
Tool (ANTH 3680 Quantitative Methods in Anthropology) or                 ANTH 4370 Sex and Class in Latin America
foreign language literacy or course work
                                                                         ANTH 4400 Social Change in Latin America
Three quarters of residency as a graduate student at the
University of Denver                                                     ANTH 4410 Indians of Mexico and Central America
                                                                       One museum course
                                                                         ANTH 3290 Art and Anthropology
Course requirements:
Maximum 15 quarter hours outside of ANTH prefix                          ANTH 3661 Learning in Museums

Maximum 10 quarter hours of 4991                                         ANTH 3741 Introduction to Conservation

No limit for 4995 Independent Research                                   ANTH 3742 Museum Exhibit Development

ANTH 3660 Anthropological Theory, Method and Context                     ANTH 3743 Managing Collections

ANTH 4000 Advanced Anthropology (complete in winter quarter              ANTH 4740 Critical Perspectives in Museum Studies
of first year)                                                           ANTH 4744 Working in Museums
ANTH 3990 Summer Field School in Archaeology or ANTH 3790
Field Methods in Archaeology OR approved by the department’s
director of graduate studies
ANTH 4650 Archeological Method and Theory




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DEGREE REQUIREMENTS (continued)
Concentration: Archaeology                                           One ethnology course
Track: Master’s Paper                                                  ANTH 3000 Anthropology of Tourism
                                                                        ANTH 3010 World Food/World Hunger
Degree requirements:                                                    ANTH 3020 Native Religions
60 graduate-level quarter hours                                         ANTH 3050 Ethnicity, Power and Identity
Maximum of 15 hours of transfer work                                    ANTH 3220 The Evolution of Culture
Minimum GPA of 3.0                                                      ANTH 3360/ANTH 4360 Cross-Cultural Perspectives on Women
Minimum grade of B for individual courses counted toward degree         ANTH 3380/ANTH 4380 Women and Development
                                                                        ANTH 3400 Ethnology of China
Non-course requirements:                                                ANTH 3430 Visions, Utopias and Messiahs in Cross-Cultural
Advancement to candidacy                                                Perspective
Master’s paper                                                          ANTH 3470 Applied Anthropology
Qualifying examination                                                  ANTH 3500 Culture and the City
Tool                                                                    ANTH 3540 The Nature of Language
Three quarters of residency as a graduate student at the                ANTH 3640 Race, Sex and Evolution
University of Denver
                                                                        ANTH 3650 Dynamics of Culture Change
                                                                        ANTH 3880 Technology and Adaptation
Course requirements:
Maximum 15 quarter hours outside of ANTH prefix                         ANTH 3885/ANTH 4885 Anthropology and Underdevelopment
Maximum 10 quarter hours of 4991                                        ANTH 4010 Social Organization
No limit for 4995 Independent Research                                  ANTH 4030 Folklore: Form and Content
ANTH 3660 Anthropological Theory, Method and Context                    ANTH 4200 Indians of North America
ANTH 4000 Advanced Anthropology                                         ANTH 4250 Ancient North America
ANTH 3990 Summer Field School in Arch or ANTH 3790 Field                ANTH 4350 Ecology and Society in the Ancient Southwest
Methods in Archaeology OR approved by the department’s                  ANTH 4370 Sex and Class in Latin America
Director of Graduate Studies
                                                                        ANTH 4400 Social Change in Latin America
ANTH 4650 Archeological Method and Theory
                                                                        ANTH 4410 Indians of Mexico and Central America
                                                                     One museum course
At least one of the following:                                         ANTH 3290 Art and Anthropology
   ANTH 3170 Applied Heritage Management                                ANTH 3661 Learning in Museums
   ANTH 3390 Geoarchaeology                                             ANTH 3741 Introduction to Conservation
   ANTH 4040 Historical Archaeology                                     ANTH 3742 Museum Exhibit Development
                                                                        ANTH 3743 Managing Collections
                                                                        ANTH 4740 Critical Perspectives in Museum Studies
                                                                        ANTH 4744 Working in Museums




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DEGREE REQUIREMENTS (continued)
Concentration: Museum Studies                                        At least one additional archaeology course (of the student’s
Track: Thesis                                                        choice)
                                                                        ANTH 3130 Archaeology of Gender

Degree requirements:                                                    ANTH 3350 Latin American Archaeology
48 graduate-level quarter hours                                         ANTH 3390 Geoarchaeology
Maximum of 10 hours of transfer work                                    ANTH 3790 Field Methods in Archaeology
Minimum GPA of 3.0                                                      ANTH 3990 Summer Field School in Archaeology
Minimum grade of B for individual courses counted toward degree         ANTH 4040 Historical Archaeology
                                                                        ANTH 4050 East Asian Archaeology
Non-course requirements:                                                ANTH 4090 European Archaeology
Advancement to candidacy                                                ANTH 4650 Archaeological Method and Theory
Thesis
Oral examination                                                     At least one additional cultural anthropology course (besides
Qualifying examination                                               those listed above)
Tool (ANTH 3680 Quantitative Methods in Anthropology) or                ANTH 3000 Anthropology of Tourism
foreign language literacy or course work                                ANTH 3010 World Food/World Hunger
Internship (can be taken for credit as ANTH 4981)                       ANTH 3020 Native Religions
                                                                        ANTH 3050 Ethnicity, Power and Identity
Course requirements:                                                    ANTH 3220 The Evolution of Culture
Maximum 15 quarter hours outside of ANTH prefix                         ANTH 3360/ANTH 4360 Cross-Cultural Perspectives on Women
No limit for 4991 Independent Study                                     ANTH 3380/ANTH 4380 Women and Development
No limit for 4995 Independent Research                                  ANTH 3400 Ethnology of China
ANTH 3660 Anthropological Theory, Method and Context                    ANTH 3430 Visions, Utopias and Messiahs in Cross-Cultural
ANTH 4000 Advanced Anthropology                                         Perspective
ANTH 4740 Critical Perspectives in Museum Studies                       ANTH 3470 Applied Anthropology
ANTH 4744 Working in Museums                                            ANTH 3500 Culture and the City
ANTH 4981 Museum Internship (in consultation with the                   ANTH 3540 The Nature of Language
student’s adviser, this course can be broadly defined to include a      ANTH 3640 Race, Sex and Evolution
fieldwork experience)
                                                                        ANTH 3650 Dynamics of Culture Change
ANTH 4745 Museum Practicum
                                                                        ANTH 3880 Technology and Adaptation
                                                                        ANTH 3885/ANTH 4885 Anthropology and Underdevelopment
At least one of the following:
   ANTH 3880 Technology and Adaptation                                  ANTH 4010 Social Organization
   ANTH 3890 Context of Material Culture                                ANTH 4030 Folklore: Form and Content
   ANTH 3290 Art and Anthropology                                       ANTH 4200 Indians of North America
                                                                        ANTH 4250 Ancient North America
At least two of the following:                                          ANTH 4350 Ecology and Society in the Ancient Southwest
   ANTH 3661 Learning in Museums                                        ANTH 4370 Sex and Class in Latin America
   ANTH 3741 Introduction to Conservation                               ANTH 4400 Social Change in Latin America
   ANTH 3742 Museum Exhibit Development                                 ANTH 4410 Indians of Mexico and Central America
   ANTH 3743 Managing Collections




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DEGREE REQUIREMENTS (continued)
Concentration: Museum Studies                                     One ethnology course
Track: Master’s Paper                                               ANTH 3000 Anthropology of Tourism
                                                                    ANTH 3010 World Food/World Hunger
Degree requirements:                                                ANTH 3020 Native Religions
60 graduate-level quarter hours                                     ANTH 3050 Ethnicity, Power and Identity
Maximum of 10 hours of transfer work                                ANTH 3220 The Evolution of Culture
Minimum GPA of 3.0                                                  ANTH 3360/ANTH 4360 Cross-Cultural Perspectives on Women
Minimum grade of B for individual courses counted toward degree     ANTH 3380/ANTH 4380 Women and Development
                                                                    ANTH 3400 Ethnology of China
Non-course requirements:                                            ANTH 3430 Visions, Utopias and Messiahs in Cross-Cultural
  Advancement to candidacy                                          Perspective
   Master’s paper                                                   ANTH 3470 Applied Anthropology
   Qualifying examination                                           ANTH 3500 Culture and the City
   Tool (ANTH 3680 Quantitative Methods in Anthropology) or         ANTH 3540 The Nature of Language
   foreign language literacy or course work
                                                                    ANTH 3640 Race, Sex and Evolution
   Internship (can be taken for credit as ANTH 4981)
                                                                    ANTH 3650 Dynamics of Culture Change
                                                                    ANTH 3880 Technology and Adaptation
Course requirements:
Maximum 15 quarter hours outside of ANTH prefix                     ANTH 3885/ANTH 4885 Anthropology and Underdevelopment
No limit for 4991 independent study                                 ANTH 4010 Social Organization
No limit for 4995 Independent research                              ANTH 4030 Folklore: Form and Content
ANTH 3660 Anthropological Theory, Method and Context                ANTH 4200 Indians of North America
ANTH 4000 Advanced Anthropology                                     ANTH 4250 Ancient North America
ANTH 4744 Working in Museums (must be taken in first year)          ANTH 4350 Ecology and Society in the Ancient Southwest
ANTH 4740 Critical Perspectives in Museum Studies (must be          ANTH 4370 Sex and Class in Latin America
taken in first year)                                                ANTH 4400 Social Change in Latin America
                                                                    ANTH 4410 Indians of Mexico and Central America
Two credits of the following:
   ANTH 4745 Museum Practicum                                     One archaeology course
                                                                    ANTH 3130 Archaeology of Gender
At least two of the following:                                      ANTH 3350 Latin American Archaeology
   ANTH 3290 Art and Anthropology                                   ANTH 3390 Geoarchaeology
   ANTH 3880 Technology and Adaptation                              ANTH 3790 Field Methods in Archaeology
   ANTH 3890 Context of Material Culture                            ANTH 3990 Summer Field School in Archaeology
                                                                    ANTH 4040: Historical Archaeology
At least two of the following:                                      ANTH 4050 East Asian Archaeology
   ANTH 3661 Learning in Museums                                    ANTH 4090 European Archaeology
   ANTH 3741/ANTH 3872 Introduction to Conservation                 ANTH 4650 Archaeological Method and Theory
   ANTH 3742 Museum Exhibit Development
   ANTH 3743 Managing Collections




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DEGREE REQUIREMENTS (continued)
Concentration: Museum Studies                                        At least one additional archaeology course (of the student’s
Track: Master’s Paper and Museum Exhibit                             choice)
                                                                        ANTH 3130 Archaeology of Gender

Degree requirements:                                                    ANTH 3350 Latin American Archaeology
48 graduate-level quarter hours                                         ANTH 3390 Geoarchaeology
Maximum of 10 hours of transfer work                                    ANTH 3790 Field Methods in Archaeology
Minimum GPA of 3.0                                                      ANTH 3990 Summer Field School in Archaeology
Minimum grade of B for individual courses counted toward degree         ANTH 4040 Historical Archaeology
                                                                        ANTH 4050 East Asian Archaeology
Non-course requirements:                                                ANTH 4090 European Archaeology
Advancement to candidacy                                                ANTH 4650 Archaeological Method and Theory
Master’s paper
Museum exhibit                                                       At least one additional cultural anthropology course (besides
Qualifying examination                                               those listed above)
Tool (ANTH 3680 Quantitative Methods in Anthropology) or                ANTH 3000 Anthropology of Tourism
foreign language literacy or course work                                ANTH 3010 World Food/World Hunger
Internship (can be taken for credit as ANTH 4981)                       ANTH 3020 Native Religions
                                                                        ANTH 3050 Ethnicity, Power and Identity
Course requirements:                                                    ANTH 3220 The Evolution of Culture
Maximum 15 quarter hours outside of ANTH prefix                         ANTH 3360/ANTH 4360 Cross-Cultural Perspectives on Women
No limit for 4991 Independent Study                                     ANTH 3380/ANTH 4380 Women and Development
No limit for 4995 Independent Research                                  ANTH 3400 Ethnology of China
ANTH 3660 Anthropological Theory, Method and Context                    ANTH 3430 Visions, Utopias and Messiahs in Cross-Cultural
ANTH 4000 Advanced Anthropology                                         Perspective
ANTH 4740 Critical Perspectives in Museum Studies                       ANTH 3470 Applied Anthropology
ANTH 4744 Working in Museums                                            ANTH 3500 Culture and the City
ANTH 4981 Museum Internship (in consultation with the                   ANTH 3540 The Nature of Language
student’s adviser, this course can be broadly defined to include a      ANTH 3640 Race, Sex and Evolution
fieldwork experience)
                                                                        ANTH 3650 Dynamics of Culture Change
ANTH 4745 Museum Practicum
                                                                        ANTH 3880 Technology and Adaptation
                                                                        ANTH 3885/ANTH 4885 Anthropology and Underdevelopment
At least ONE of the following:
   ANTH 3880 Technology and Adaptation                                  ANTH 4010 Social Organization
   ANTH 3890 Context of Material Culture                                ANTH 4030 Folklore: Form and Content
   ANTH 3290 Art and Anthropology                                       ANTH 4200 Indians of North America
                                                                        ANTH 4250 Ancient North America
At least two of the following:                                          ANTH 4350 Ecology and Society in the Ancient Southwest
   ANTH 3661 Learning in Museums                                        ANTH 4370 Sex and Class in Latin America
   ANTH 3741 Introduction to Conservation                               ANTH 4400 Social Change in Latin America
   ANTH 3742 Museum Exhibit Development                                 ANTH 4410 Indians of Mexico and Central America
   ANTH 3743 Managing Collections




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DEGREE REQUIREMENTS (continued)
Concentration: Ethnology                                             Minimum 16 hours in ethnology course work including two
Track: Thesis                                                        area (*) courses
                                                                        ANTH 3000 Anthropology of Tourism

Degree requirements:                                                    ANTH 3010 World Food/World Hunger
48 graduate-level quarter hours                                         ANTH 3020 Native Religions
Maximum of 15 hours of transfer work                                    ANTH 3050 Ethnicity, Power and Identity
Minimum GPA of 3.0                                                      ANTH 3220 The Evolution of Culture
Minimum grade of B for individual courses counted toward degree         ANTH 3360/ANTH 4360 Cross-Cultural Perspectives on Women
                                                                        ANTH 3380/ANTH 4380 Women and Development
Non-course requirements:                                                ANTH 3400 Ethnology of China *
Advancement to candidacy                                                ANTH 3430 Visions, Utopias and Messiahs in Cross-Cultural
Thesis                                                                  Perspective
Oral examination                                                        ANTH 3470 Applied Anthropology
Qualifying examination                                                  ANTH 3500 Culture and the City
Tool (ANTH 3680 Quantitative Methods in Anthropology) or                ANTH 3540 The Nature of Language
foreign language literacy or course work                                ANTH 3640 Race, Sex and Evolution
Three quarters of residency as a graduate student at the                ANTH 3650 Dynamics of Culture Change
University of Denver
                                                                        ANTH 3880 Technology and Adaptation
                                                                        ANTH 3885/ANTH 4885 Anthropology and Underdevelopment
Course requirements:
Maximum 15 quarter hours outside of ANTH prefix                         ANTH 4010 Social Organization
Maximum 10 quarter hours of 4991                                        ANTH 4030 Folklore: Form and Content
No limit for 4995 Independent Research                                  ANTH 4200 Indians of North America *
ANTH 3660 Anthropological Theory, Method and Context                    ANTH 4250 Ancient North America
ANTH 4000 Advanced Anthropology                                         ANTH 4350 Ecology and Society in the Ancient Southwest
                                                                        ANTH 4370 Sex and Class in Latin America *
                                                                        ANTH 4400 Social Change in Latin America *
                                                                        ANTH 4410 Indians of Mexico and Central America *


                                                                     One archeology course
                                                                       ANTH 3130 Archaeology of Gender
                                                                        ANTH 3350 Latin American Archaeology
                                                                        ANTH 3390 Geoarchaeology
                                                                        ANTH 3790 Field Methods in Archaeology
                                                                        ANTH 3990 Summer Field School in Archaeology
                                                                        ANTH 4050 East Asian Archaeology
                                                                        ANTH 4090 European Archaeology
                                                                        ANTH 4650 Archaeological Method and Theory


                                                                     One museum course
                                                                       ANTH 3290 Art and Anthropology
                                                                        ANTH 3661 Learning in Museums
                                                                        ANTH 3741 Introduction to Conservation
                                                                        ANTH 3742 Museum Exhibit Development
                                                                        ANTH 3743 Managing Collections
                                                                        ANTH 4740 Critical Perspectives in Museum Studies
                                                                        ANTH 4744 Working in Museums
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DEGREE REQUIREMENTS (continued)
Concentration: Ethnology                                             Minimum 16 hours in ethnology course work including two
Track: Master’s Paper                                                area (*) courses
                                                                        ANTH 3000 Anthropology of Tourism

Degree requirements:                                                    ANTH 3010 World Food/World Hunger
60 graduate-level quarter hours                                         ANTH 3020 Native Religions
Maximum of 15 hours of transfer work                                    ANTH 3050 Ethnicity, Power and Identity
Minimum GPA of 3.0                                                      ANTH 3220 The Evolution of Culture
Minimum grade of B for individual courses counted toward degree         ANTH 3360/ANTH 4360 Cross-Cultural Perspectives on Women
                                                                        ANTH 3380/ANTH 4380 Women and Development
Non-course requirements:                                                ANTH 3400 Ethnology of China
Advancement to candidacy                                                ANTH 3430 Visions, Utopias and Messiahs in Cross-Cultural
Master’s paper                                                          Perspective
Qualifying examination                                                  ANTH 3470 Applied Anthropology
Tool (ANTH 3680 Quantitative Methods in Anthropology) or                ANTH 3500 Culture and the City
foreign language literacy or course work                                ANTH 3540 The Nature of Language
Three quarters of residency as a graduate student at the                ANTH 3640 Race, Sex and Evolution
University of Denver
                                                                        ANTH 3650 Dynamics of Culture Change
                                                                        ANTH 3880 Technology and Adaptation
Course requirements:
Maximum 15 quarter hours outside of ANTH prefix                         ANTH 3885/ANTH 4885 Anthropology and Underdevelopment
Maximum 10 quarter hours of 4991                                        ANTH 4010 Social Organization
No limit for 4995 Independent Research                                  ANTH 4030 Folklore: Form and Content
ANTH 3660 Anthropological Theory, Method and Context                    ANTH 4200 Indians of North America
ANTH 4000 Advanced Anthropology                                         ANTH 4250 Ancient North America
                                                                        ANTH 4350 Ecology and Society in the Ancient Southwest
                                                                        ANTH 4370 Sex and Class in Latin America
                                                                        ANTH 4400 Social Change in Latin America
                                                                        ANTH 4410 Indians of Mexico and Central America


                                                                     One archeology course
                                                                       ANTH 3130 Archaeology of Gender
                                                                        ANTH 3350 Latin American Archaeology
                                                                        ANTH 3390 Geoarchaeology
                                                                        ANTH 3790 Field Methods in Archaeology
                                                                        ANTH 3990 Summer Field School in Archaeology
                                                                        ANTH 4050 East Asian Archaeology
                                                                        ANTH 4090 European Archaeology
                                                                        ANTH 4650 Archaeological Method and Theory


                                                                     One museum course
                                                                       ANTH 3290 Art and Anthropology
                                                                        ANTH 3661 Learning in Museums
                                                                        ANTH 3741 Introduction to Conservation
                                                                        ANTH 3742 Museum Exhibit Development
                                                                        ANTH 3743 Managing Collections
                                                                        ANTH 4740 Critical Perspectives in Museum Studies
                                                                        ANTH 4744 Working in Museums
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FACULTY                                                               OTHER FACULTY
Bonnie Clark                                                          Tracy Ehlers
Associate professor                                                   Associate professor
PhD, University of California, Berkeley, 2003                         PhD, University of Colorado at Boulder, 1980
Interests: archaeology, especially historic and protohistoric         Interests: peasants, development, political economy, Guatemala,
periods; cultural landscapes; gender, ethnicity and material          women and development
culture; public anthropology; Western North America                   tehlers@du.edu, 303-871-2683
bclark@du.edu, 303-871-2875
                                                                      James LaVita
Richard Clemmer-Smith                                                 Professor, arts, humanities and social sciences
Professor                                                             lavita@du.edu, 303-871-3304
Curator of ethnology, University of Denver Museum of                  portfolio access: http://portfolio.du.edu/lavita
Anthropology
PhD, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 1972                 Sarah Nelson
Interests: ethnohistory, ethnology of the Southwest and Great         John Evans research professor
Basin, cultural ecology, culture change                               Curator of archaeology, University of Denver Museum of
rclemmer@du.edu, 303-871-2679                                         Anthropology
portfolio access: http://portfolio.du.edu/rclemmer                    PhD, University of Michigan, 1973
                                                                      Interests: archaeology of East Asia, especially origins of
Lawrence Conyers                                                      agriculture and complex societies, statistical methods, gender
Professor                                                             stratification
PhD, University of Colorado at Boulder, 1995                          snelson@du.edu, 303-871-2682
Interests: archaeology, archaeometry, geological methods, Latin
America, plains, U.S. Southwest
lconyers@du.edu, 303-871-2684
website: www.du.edu/~lconyer

Christina Kreps
Associate professor
Director of museum studies; Director, University of Denver
Museum of Anthropology
PhD, University of Oregon, 1994
Interests: anthropology of museums, art and cultural expression,
politics of culture, development, Southeast Asia, Indonesia,
Borneo
ckreps@du.edu, 303-871-2688

Dean Saitta
Professor and Chair
PhD, University of Massachusetts, 1987
Interests: archaeology, historical archaeology, biological
anthropology, political economy, material culture, North America,
U.S. Southwest
dsaitta@du.edu, 303-871-2680
portfolio access: http://portfolio.du.edu/dsaitta

Maria Dores Girao da Cruz,
Assistant professor
PhD Binghamton University, State University of New York, 2003
Interests: archaeology, museum studies, ceramics, historical
archaeology, Africa and the United States
MDores.Cruz@du.edu,
303-871-2473




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COURSE DESCRIPTIONS
ANTH 3000 Anthropology of Tourism                                         ANTH 3060 Cultural Narratives
The interaction of host and visitor cultures in foreign tourism;          Human beings are natural storytellers. Whether reciting oral
an exploration of the effects of tourism on the host culture; the         traditions or recounting personal experience, people everywhere
expectations of the visitors; discussion of the relationship to           use narratives as a way to express and to understand
development and the various levels of needs of tourists. 4 qtr. hrs.      themselves. This course approaches cultural narratives from
                                                                          two angles. First, it explores the ways that anthropologists,
ANTH 3010 World Food/World Hunger                                         usually trained in the social sciences, make use of and study
An examination of issues surrounding world hunger, international          narratives, whether through ethnographic observation, conducting
agribusiness and food aid in an attempt to understand how                 an interview, gathering folklore or archaeological interpretation.
food-producing resources are controlled and manipulated in the            Second, the class investigates narratives that, although produced
developing world. 4 qtr. hrs.                                             by non-anthropologists, engage with anthropological issues such
                                                                          as kinship, gender, work, tradition and identity. The narratives
ANTH 3020/ANTH 4020 Native Religions                                      will range broadly from fiction, to poetry, to film. These two
A cross-cultural survey of concepts of the supernatural and               approaches will be framed by theoretically informed readings
associated behavior. Topics include responses of indigenous               about narrativity, both from social sciences and the humanities.
peoples to attempted missionization; shamanistic techniques of            The class will involve intensive reading and writing, as it will
controlling and channeling supernatural power; sacred places and          make use of both discussion and workshop formats. Each
their significance; myths and symbols in their cultural contexts;         student in the course will complete a research and writing project
initiation rites; gender relationships; divination and political          culminating in their own cultural narrative. 4 qtr. hrs.
power; the rise of state religions, grand religious traditions and
ethnonationalism. 4 qtr. hrs.                                             ANTH 3130 Archaeology of Gender
                                                                          The class examines the ways archaeology can contribute to the
ANTH 3030 Digital Anthropology                                            study of gender through investigations of the deep through the
This course introduces students to computer technology used in            recent past. The class will include readings on gender theory,
anthropological research. Students will study and then produce a          the uses of archaeological data and specific case studies of
number of digital products useful in the analysis and interpretation      engendered lives in the past. 4 qtr. hrs.
of museum collections, for archaeological mapping and research
and for the dissemination of anthropological knowledge online.            ANTH 3170 Applied Heritage Management
This process will cover the use of geographic information                 The role of archaeology in preservation and the management
systems (GIS) for spatial analysis, three-dimensional imaging             of cultural resources in terms of legislation, ethics and practical
programs ranging in scale from broad landscape mapping to                 application, with emphasis of the utility, necessity and reality of
detailed digital artifact analysis. In addition, the use of geophysical   doing archaeology today in the public sector. Site report writing,
methods for imaging what is below the ground surface will allow           governmental regulations and the business side of archaeology
students to produce images of what lies below the ground in               will be stressed. Archaeological information from site reports and
archaeological contexts. 4 qtr. hrs.                                      artifact analysis will be compiled and presented in a digital format.
                                                                          Prerequisite: ANTH 2310, ANTH 1910 or instructor’s permission.
ANTH 3040 Anthropologies of Place                                         4 qtr. hrs.
An exploration of the relationship between people and places
from an anthropological viewpoint. We will concern ourselves              ANTH 3220 The Evolution of Culture
with a variety of ideas about place, emphasizing not just how             The development of human, social and political organization from
places are used, but how they infuse themselves into the lives,           the simplest foraging family groups to highly complete centralized
histories and ethics of those who interact with them. The course          state societies. Using both ethnographic and archaeological
will include seminar-style discussions of readings, workshops and         materials, the class examines such topics as the origins of ethnic
observations in the field. On several occasions, we will take our         diversity, competition, warfare and government. 4 qtr. hrs.
class on the road, working together to think about how people
and places interact. By the end of the class, each student will           ANTH 3290/ANTH 4290 Art and Anthropology
create their own anthropology of a place. 4 qtr. hrs.                     Study of the concept of art and its multiple roles in society from
                                                                          a cross-cultural and historical perspective. Topics covered include
ANTH 3050 Ethnicity, Power and Identity                                   the commodification of culture through tourism; impact of the
Concepts of ethnicity and identity in relation to structures of           global art market; arts of resistance and survival; and cultural
power and dominance. Construction and usage of these concepts             expression and community development. 4 qtr. hrs.
in Western social science, colonialist ideologies and nationalist
rhetoric, as well as in postcolonialist critiques and resistance          ANTH 3350 Latin American Archaeology
struggles. 4 qtr. hrs.                                                    Covers the prehistory of the Western Hemisphere south of the
                                                                          Mexico-United States border, from initial colonization of the
                                                                          hemisphere by Paleo-Indian people to the origins of agriculture
                                                                          and the rise of civilization. Olmec, Mayan and Aztec cultures will
                                                                          be covered in detail. 4 qtr. hrs.




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ANTH 3360/ANTH 4360 Cross-Cultural Perspectives on Women              ANTH 3650 Dynamics of Culture Change
This class is designed to confront questions about women’s            How do cultures change? By people changing them! Who
lives and women’s status in global perspective. It addresses          changes them? Radical feminists, liberal reformers and militant
issues such as why women have been subordinate to men in              Indians. The course will focus on human and civil rights issues
so many cultures, how one actually measures dominance and             valid in three contexts: changes in indigenous cultures around the
subordination, and whether there is some biological basis for         world resulting from colonialism, 1850–1950; forced acculturation
gender inequality. Broad theoretical questions on the status of       of American Indians, 1870–1930, and their responses; and the
women will be discussed and will form the basis for the analytical    tension between worldwide economic development and human
inquiry that follows. 4 qtr. hrs.                                     rights. 4 qtr. hrs.

ANTH 3380/ANTH 4380 Women and Development                             ANTH 3661 Learning in Museums
A case study approach to understanding women’s status                 This course is designed to be a comprehensive introduction
and the problems of combining productive and reproductive             to museum education and to provide opportunities to practice
responsibilities in developing countries. 4 qtr. hrs.                 necessary skills. It examines informal education, learning
                                                                      theories, interactive education, exhibits and programs. 4 qtr. hrs.
ANTH 3390 Geoarchaeology
The use of geological methods to interpret archaeological sites.      ANTH 3680 Quantitative Methods in Anthropology
Ancient landscape reconstruction, the study of environmental          The use of statistics in all branches of anthropology; data
change and human habitation. 4 qtr. hrs.                              screening; parametric and nonparametric statistics; the use of
                                                                      models and computer simulation. Prerequisite: any course in
ANTH 3400 Ethnology of China                                          basic statistics. 4 qtr. hrs.
Anthropological study of contemporary Chinese society including
birth, life and death; gods, ghosts and ancestors; men and            ANTH 3701, 3702, 3703 Topics: Seminar in Anthropology
women; families and marriage; urban and rural life; and Han and       Specialized topics in anthropology. Check with the Department of
ethnic minorities. 4 qtr. hrs.                                        Anthropology or the schedule of classes for further information;
                                                                      open to students who are non-majors; may be repeated for credit.
ANTH 3430 Visions, Utopias and Messiahs in Cross-Cultural             Prerequisite: ANTH 1010. 4 qtr. hrs. each.
Perspective
Ghost dance, peyote religion, cargo cults, peasant revolutions,       ANTH 3741 Introduction to Conservation
primitive rebels, charismatic leaders, messianic movements            An introduction to the physical properties of materials found in
in cross-cultural perspective; roles played by cultural systems,      museum artifacts and specimens is presented. Preventative
historical circumstances and social conditions in generating social   conservation principles and methods will be discussed. 4 qtr. hrs.
movements. 4 qtr. hrs.
                                                                      ANTH 3742 Museum Exhibit Development
ANTH 3470 Applied Anthropology                                        Students are introduced to the general principles of planning,
The practical application of cross-cultural knowledge and             development, production and evaluation of museum exhibits.
awareness to the solution of social and cultural problems.            Design elements and methods of evaluation will be explored.
Ethnographic methodologies, a review of the history of applied        Students will have the opportunity to do exhibit mockups and
anthropology, and a consideration of the ideological and ethical      exhibit evaluation. 4 qtr. hrs.
components of applied anthropology are covered. 4 qtr. hrs.
                                                                      ANTH 3743 Managing Collections
ANTH 3500 Culture and the City                                        Principles and methods regarding acquisition, documentation,
                                                                      conservation and accessibility of collections are examined. Law,
ANTH 3540 The Nature of Language                                      registration, methods, computerization, policy, development,
Language as a social, physiological and cultural phenomenon           ethics and preventive conservation are discussed. 4 qtr. hrs.
as well as a medium of cultural unification. The relationships
between dialects and social structure is explored. 4 qtr. hrs.        ANTH 3750 Ethnographic Methods
                                                                      In this course, students will study the art and science of
ANTH 3640 Race, Sex and Evolution                                     ethnographic research methods, conduct quarter-long field
Examines the history of thought about the nature and evolution of     research projects and write practice ethnographies. The course
human racial differences and sexual characteristics, from the mid-    will require students to apply the American Anthropological
19th century to the present day. Considers scientific and popular     Association’s Code of Ethics in their research and to write
models for explaining the evolution of racial differences, male-      institutional review board applications for their projects. Course
female reproductive behavior and gender roles. These models are       readings include texts on ethnographic methods as well as
examined in light of comparative primate data, ethnographic data      controversial and exemplary ethnographic publications for student
and the material record of human evolution. 4 qtr. hrs.               dissection and debate. 4 qtr. hrs.




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ANTH 3790 Field Methods in Archaeology                                  ANTH 4000 Advanced Anthropology
This course introduces students to basic methods of                     This course is for all entering master’s degree students. We
archaeological survey, excavation, artifact collection strategies       will show you the vitality and diversity of anthropology today,
and field interpretation. It is primarily taught in a classroom         and share with you our enthusiasm for it by generating central
setting, but some fieldwork is involved, including excavation of a      questions and pathways to answers. It is team taught by the
bison bone scatter in south Denver. Students learn to create field      entire anthropology faculty who bring to it their unique and
maps and cross-sectional drawings of archaeological phenomena.          individual expertise and experience. This course integrates
4 qtr. hrs.                                                             controversial and timely anthropological topics with the aim of
                                                                        assisting you in developing your final project for your MA degree.
ANTH 3800 Capstone Seminar in Anthropology                              Various and conflicting views are presented and discussed within
This seminar brings your knowledge of anthropology to bear on           a lively seminar format. 4 qtr. hrs.
a topic of special significance. It assesses your grasp of the key
concepts, theories and insights of anthropology, and critically         ANTH 4010 Social Organization
reflects on the nature and history of the discipline. Required of all   Basic concepts and approaches used in anthropology for the
anthropology majors. Prerequisite: senior standing. 4 qtr. hrs.         ethnographic study of social systems; consideration given to
                                                                        both tribal and modern complex societies. Topics include kinship,
ANTH 3880 Technology and Adaptation                                     ethnicity and social stratification. Prerequisite: ANTH 1010 or
The course is organized around the concepts of ecology, culture,        instructor’s permission. 4 qtr. hrs.
adaptation, landscape, technology, artifact and architecture.
Focuses on defining and examining adaptation and the role               ANTH 4030 Folklore: Form and Content
of culture and technology in achieving adaptations, or in not           Folklore genre and its analysis, including oral narrative (legend,
achieving them. This focus is pursued with respect to the concept       folktale), folk beliefs, jokes, dance, drama and festivals; historical
of landscape — that is, culturally defined physical space — and         and methodological discussion of folklore as a field of inquiry;
the cultural artifacts that interpret and modify it in the course of    and folklore as a living phenomenon, including modern urban
human adaptation to its ecological components. 4 qtr. hrs.              legends, with examples primarily from Europe and North America.
                                                                        Required fieldwork includes the collection of folklore. 4 qtr. hrs.
ANTH 3885/ANTH 4885 Anthropology and Underdevelopment
This class presents an anthropological approach to some of the          ANTH 4050 East Asian Archaeology
developing world’s most pressing social problems. In some ways          The archaeology of China, Korea, Japan and eastern Siberia
the class is a dramatic departure from what anthropologists have        from the earliest beginnings of humanity through the formation
normally studied. Recently, however, many researchers working           of complex societies is explored. Topics include the earliest
in developing countries have come to grips with the realities           hominids, stone tool traditions, the transition to agriculture,
facing the people they write about, e.g. poverty, inequality,           the development of metallurgy and the formation of the state.
racism, hunger, etc. This course is an example of the new, and          The development of unique Asian cultures will be studied with
still controversial, involvement of anthropologists in confronting,     attention to continuity and changes. Prerequisite: ANTH 2310,
studying and changing the nature of underdevelopment.                   ANTH 1910 or instructor’s permission. 4 qtr. hrs.
4 qtr. hrs.
                                                                        ANTH 4090 European Archaeology
ANTH 3890 The Context of Material Culture                               The development of cultures in Europe from the Lower Paleolithic
Examines how material culture both reflects and actively                through the Iron Age as seen through archaeological excavation.
structures political, economic and cultural life. Considers the         Prerequisite: ANTH 2310, ANTH 1910 or instructor’s permission.
relationship between people and their material culture (portable        4 qtr. hrs.
objects, nonportable objects, buildings, socially created
landscapes) in Western, non-Western, ancient and contemporary           ANTH 4200 Native North America
cultural contexts. Reading material draws from the fields of            Survey of Native American culture, society, economy, religion and
ethnology, archaeology, folklore, geography, history, art and           history north of Mexico. 4 qtr. hrs.
architecture. 4 qtr. hrs.
                                                                        ANTH 4250 Ancient North America
ANTH 3981 Museum Internship                                             Examines the history of native North Americans from their
Each graduate student within the museum study concentration             arrival on the continent up to their initial contact with Europeans.
is required to intern in a museum. This provides an opportunity         Illustrates the diversity and richness of Native American lifeways
to develop competence in museum work within a professional              and provides a forum for examining broad issues of human
activity situation. Prerequisite: ANTH 4740. 4 qtr. hrs.                cultural evolution. Compares and contrasts scientific and native
                                                                        American accounts of North America’s cultural past. Prerequisite:
ANTH 3990 Summer Field School in Archaeology                            ANTH 2310 or ANTH 1910. 4 qtr. hrs.
Archaeological excavation, survey and recording; conservation
and analysis of artifacts in the field. 4–6 qtr. hrs.

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ANTH 4350 Ecology and Society in the Ancient Southwest                                                    ANTH 4740 Critical Perspectives in Museum Studies
Examines the archaeology of pre-Columbian cultures of the                                                 Critically examines the basic assumptions and principles behind
American Southwest, with specific focus on Ancestral Puebloan                                             the museum and museological methods. The museum and
(“Anasazi”) cultures of the Four Corners area. Explores the                                               museum practices are viewed as sociocultural phenomena
complex interactions between indigenous peoples and their                                                 from historical and cross-cultural perspectives, considering the
environment. The time span covered is from the earliest traces of                                         interests and purposes museums serve at different points in time
humans in the area around 12,000 years ago up to their contact                                            and in diverse cultural and national settings. Special attention
with Europeans in 1540. Prerequisite: ANTH 2310 or ANTH 1910.                                             is given to current issues, debates and approaches in museum
4 qtr. hrs.                                                                                               studies as well as the relevance of museums to contemporary
                                                                                                          social life. 4 qtr. hrs.
ANTH 3370/ANTH 4370 Sex and Class in Latin America
Women’s roles in Latin America and how they are evolving, with                                            ANTH 4744 Working in Museums
an emphasis on survival strategies, productive and reproductive                                           Introduces students to museums, and the practical and
roles, gender relations and female political participation. 4 qtr. hrs.                                   professional side of museum studies. Consists of an overview of
                                                                                                          basic museum functions, tasks and responsibilities through guest
ANTH 4400 Social Change in Latin America                                                                  lectures, readings, museum visits and hands-on training.
Modern Latin America as a part of the contemporary Third                                                  4 qtr. hrs.
World, focusing on the social anthropology of peasant and urban
peoples and how they are affected by economic development                                                 ANTH 4745 Museum Practicum
and dependency. Emphasis on Mexico, Brazil, Guatemala and the                                             Individually designed practicum in student’s area of interest.
Andean nations. 4 qtr. hrs.                                                                               2 qtr. hrs.

ANTH 4550 Africa: Peoples and Cultures                                                                    ANTH 4750 Master’s Museum Exhibit
Survey course in the anthropology of Africa designed to explore                                           For graduation with an MA degree in anthropology with museum
the diversity of African people’s and cultures. The course                                                studies concentration, a student is required to develop an exhibit,
examines issues of contemporary life in the continent as well                                             write a catalog for it and evaluate it. The type of exhibit and its
as the way it has been portrayed by the media, anthropologists,                                           placement will be planned with the faculty adviser to meet the
historians and writers. Topics such as geography, history, society,                                       student’s needs and interests. 4 qtr. hrs.
politics, religion, ethnicities and material culture of different
regions will be central to the discussion.                                                                ANTH 4800 Ethics of Professional Practice
                                                                                                          Covers the general and specific issues confronted by
ANTH 4660 Theory, Method and Context                                                                      anthropology as a discipline today and in the past. Attention will
The history and development of the conceptual structures                                                  be given to the definition of ethics and values; to the history
of contemporary anthropology and its application to specific                                              of activities by anthropologists as individual practitioners and
problems in ethnology. 4 qtr. hrs.                                                                        collectively as the American Anthropological Association; and to
                                                                                                          specific cases in which ethical questions have arisen and how
ANTH 4700 Readings in Anthropology                                                                        they have been dealt with. 4 qtr. hrs.
Directed readings in anthropology under the supervision of a
faculty member. May be repeated for credit. 1–4 qtr. hrs.                                                 ANTH 4991 Independent Study

                                                                                                          ANTH 4995 Independent Research




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