Related Fields Course List

Related Fields Course Lists

Approved by the College of Letters and Science for the Bachelor of Arts Degree in Anthropology January 2012

Courses from this list must be petitioned in order to fulfill major requirements. Starting in the 2017-2018 catalog year, please view major sheets to see which courses are recommended for your Anthropology major emphasis.

CULTURAL EMPHASIS

BIOLOGICAL/PHYSICAL EMPHASIS

CULTURAL EMPHASIS COURSES:

Note: Other relevant courses not on this list may be applied by petition (see undergraduate advisor). Please be aware that some of these courses may be cross-listed, have prerequisites, or other restrictions.

ART STUDIO

130 Visual Arts as Culture

ASIAN AMERICAN STUDIES

100AA-ZZ Specific Asian Ethnic Groups
113 The Asian American Movement
116 Asian Americans in the Law
118 Asian Americans in Popular Culture
119 Asian Americans & Race Relations
131 Asian American Women's History
132 South Asian Women in Diaspora
134 Asian American Men & Contemporary Men’s Issues
136 Asian American Families
150 Pacific Islander Americans
161 Asian American Religions
165 Ethnographic Research Methods in Asian America
 
BLACK STUDIES

100 Africa & United States Foreign Policy
102 Black Radicals and the Radical Tradition
103 The Politics of Black Liberation--The Sixties
122 The Education of Black Children
137E Sociology of the Black Experience
142 Music in Afro-American Cultures: U.S.A.
152 Music of the African Diaspora
160 Analyses of Racism & Social Policy in the United States
169AR-BR-CR Afro-American History

CHICANA AND CHICANO STUDIES
117 Aztec and Maya Mythologies
119 Mesoamerican Art and Artists
120 Indigenous Mestizos of Ancient Mesoamerica
137 Chicano/Mexican Oral Traditions
138 Barrio Popular Culture
139 Native American Heritage & Chicano Cultural Renaissance
140 The Mexican Cultural Heritage of the Chicano
144 The Chicano Community
149 Body, Culture and Power
167 Chicana Feminisms
168A History of the Chicano
168B History of the Chicano
168E History of the Chicano Movement
168F Racism in American History
171 The Brown/Black Metropolis: Race, Class and Resistance of the City
175 Comparative Social Movements
178A Global Migration/Traveling Cultures
186A Chicano and Mexican Music
189 Immigration and the U.S. Border

CLASSICS
101 The Greek Intellectual Experience: From Poetry to Philosophy
102 Greek Tragedy in Translation
108 Pagan Religion and Cult in Ancient Rome
109 Viewing the Barbarian: Representations of Foreign Peoples in Greek Literature
150 The Fall of the Ancient Republic
160 Greek Cities & Sanctuaries
161S Archaeology of Athens
162S Archaeology of Crete
165 Greek Painting
170 Pompeii
171 Artifact and Text: The Archaeology and Literature of Early Greece

COMPARATIVE LITERATURE
107 Voyages to the Unknown
113 Trauma, Memory, Historiography
153 Border Narratives

EAST ASIAN LANGUAGES AND CULTURAL STUDIES
CHIN183B Religious Practice and the State in China
EACS 181AA-ZZ. Special Topics in East Asian Studies
130 Tourism in East Asia
150 Gender and Sexuality in Asian Modernities
JAPAN 150 Globalizing Japan: Culture and Society
JAPAN 165 Popular Culture in Japan

EDUCATION
111 Introduction to Child and Adolescent Development
123 Culture, Development, and Education

ECONOMICS
112B European Economic History since 1850
113A Economic History of the US to 1900
114 Economic Development
115 Environmental Economics
122 Natural Resource Economics (same course as Environmental Studies 179)

ENVIRONMENTAL STUDIES
107R History and Ecological Restoration
111 The California Channel Islands
130A-B-C Third World Environments*
134 Coastal Processes and Management
149 World Agriculture, Food and Population *
152 Applied Marine Ecology (ame course as EEMB 120)
158 Cultural and Biological Diversity of Food Plants*
166BT Biotechnology, Food, and Agriculture *
173 American Environmental History (same course as History 173T)
179 Natural Resource Economics (same course as Economics 122)
183 Films of the Natural and Human Environment (same course as Film Studies 183)
184 Gender and the Environment
185 Human Environmental Rights *
189 Religion and Ecology in the Americas (same course as Religious Studies 193)
*Crosslisted with Anthropology courses

FRENCH & ITALIAN
154A Voyages to the Unknown

GEOGRAPHY
108 Urban Geography
109 Economic Geography
114A Soil Science
114B Soil Genesis and Classification
115A The Earth from Above
115B Introduction to Remote Sensing
115C Intermediate Remote Sensing Techniques
117 Scientific Research Methods in Geography
119 Climatic Change and Its Consequences
140 Environmental Impacts on Human History
141A Population Geography
141B Population and Deveopment
148 California
149 The California Channel Islands
150 Geography of the United States
153A Behavioral Geography
153B Introduction to Spatial Decision Making and Behavior
153C Environmental Perception and Cognition
155 Geography of Latin America
159 Geography of Europe
176A Introduction to Geographic Information Systems
182 Global Cities in the Information Age
185A Geography Planning and Policy Making
185D Urban and Environmental System Analysis
190 Location Theory and Modeling

EARTH SCIENCE (Formerly, GEOLOGICAL SCIENCES)
104A Field Studies in Geological Methods
104B Field Methods
117 Earth Surface Processing and Land Forms
120 Field Paleobiology
122 Sedimentation and Stratigraphy: Processes and products
130 Global Warming—Science and Society
148 Vertebrate Paleontology
170 Environmental Geology

FEMINIST STUDIES (FORMERLY WOMEN’S STUDIES)
130 Perspectives on Women’s Health
154A Sociology of the Family (same as Soc 154A)
159B Women in American History
159C Women in Twentieth-Century American History
182 Feminist Methodologies *
185AA-ZZ Gender & Culture
186AA-ZZ Gender & Society

*Note: appropriate for WS and Anth double majors only.

GERMANIC, SLAVIC, AND SEMITIC STUDIES
(note: these classes are taught in English)
SLAV 152A Slavic and East European Folklore
SLAV 152B Language and Cultural Identity
SLAV 182 On the Margins

GLOBAL STUDIES
102 Global Religion
104 Global Diasporas and Cultural Change
122 The Contemporary World System*
*For Anth/Global Studies double majors

HISTORY
107P Proseminar on Darwinism and its Social Implications
111A History of Greece
115 The Fall of Rome & the Birth of Europe: 300 to 1050
115X Medieval Scandals
117A Towns, Trade, & Urban Culture in the Middle Ages
117C Women, the Family, & Sexuality in the Middle Ages
132 War and Society Since 1789
135B-C History of Russia: 1800 to Present
137A-B The Origins of Contemporary France
145A-B The Islamic World I
146 History of the Modern Middle East
151A-B-C Latin American History
151P Proseminar in Latin American History
153L History of Argentina from Spanish Settlement to the Present Day
155A-B History of Portugal
156A-B History of Mexico
156I Indians of Colonial Mexico
159B-C Women in American History
160A The American South to 1865
160B The American South, 1865 to the Present
161A-B Colonial and Revolutionary America
167CA History of the American Workers Class, 1800-1900
167CB History of the American Workers Class, 1900-present
168A-B History of the Chicanos
168E History of the Chicano Movement
169AR-BR-CR Afro-American History
169P Proseminar in Afro-American History
170A-B A History of Social Policy in the United States
173T American Environmental History (same course as Environmental Studies 173)
175A-B American Cultural History
175P Proseminar in American Cultural History
177 History of California
180P Proseminar in East Asian History and Culture
182A-B Korean history and Civilization I & II
184B History of China

HISTORY OF ART AND ARCHITECTURE
103C Greek Architecture
105K Medieval Art: Italy, 13th & 14th Centuries
105L Art & Society in Late-Medieval Tuscany
111B-C Dutch Art of the 17th Century I & II
119A Art in the Modern World
123C Modern Art of Mexico
127A-B African Art I & II
130B Pre-Columbian Art of the Maya
130D Pre-Columbian Art of South America
131CC Special Topics in Pre-Columbian/Colonial Art
132I Art of Empire
134B Early Chinese Art
134C Chinese Painting
134G Japanese Painting
134D Art & Modernism in China
134H Ukiyo-e: Pictures of the Floating World
136H Housing American Cultures
136I The City in History
136M Revival Styles in Southern Californian Architecture
136N Los Angeles: Architecture and Urban Design from 1781 to Present
138C Social Documentary Photography
141A Museum Practices & Techniques
141D Birth of the Modern Museum

INTERDISCIPLINARY STUDIES
There are no current INT courses on the list at this time.

LINGUISTICS
101 Basic Elements of Linguistic Analysis
108 Introduction to Morphology
115 Introduction to Historical-Comparative Linguistics
130 Language and Culture

131 Sociocultural Linguistics 132 Language, Gender, and Sexuality
134 North American Indian Languages
137 Introduction to First Language Acquisition
170 Language in Social Interaction
180 Language in American Ethnic Minority Groups
181 Languages of the World

 

MUSIC
114 Music and Popular Culture in 20th-Century America
168H Music and Tourism
175A Music Cultures of the World: Latin America and the Caribbean
175B Music Cultures of the World: African America
175C Music Cultures of the World: Africa
175D Music Cultures of the World: Asian America
175E Music Cultures of the World: China
175F Music Cultures of the World: The Middle East
175G Music Cultures of the World: India
175H Music Cultures of the World: Korea
175I Music Cultures of the World: Japan
175J Music Cultures of the World: Pacific Islands
175K Music Cultures of the World: Other Regions
175L Music Cultures of the World: Polish Tatra Mountains
176 Studies in Ethnomusicology

POLITICAL SCIENCE
105 Theories of Comparative Politics
109 Revolution and Mass Movement
110 Political Concepts
147 Third World Politics
148A Reform and Revolution in Latin America
148B Reform and Revolution in Latin America
150A Politics of the Middle East
150B Politics of the Middle East

PSYCHOLOGY
101 Health Psychology
105 Developmental Psychology
140 Social Influence*
142 Cognitive Development*
153L Laboratory in Developmental & Evolutionary Psychology*
154 Cultural Psychology*
155 Evolution and Cognition*
169L Laboratory in Neuroanatomy*
*Note: relevant for Psych/Anthro double majors and previous Psych majors.

RELIGIOUS STUDIES
110D Ritual Art & Verbal Art of the Pacific Northwest
110E Mexican and Chicana Spiritualism
114D Religion and Healing in Native America
116C Archaeology and the Study of Religion
123 Asian American Religions
129 Religions of the Ancient Near East
131A Religions in Judea from the Maccabees to Rabbis
131B Judaism in the Hellenistic World
131D Judaism in Modern Times
140A Islamic Traditions
140D Islam in South Asia
141A Sociology of Religion: The Classical Statements
145 Patterns in Comparative Religion
147 Religion & the American Experience
152 Religion and America Today
155 Religion and the Impact of the Vietnam War
156A Anthropology of Religion
160A Religious Traditions of India
161D Yoga, Alchemy, and Tantra: Three Paths to Power in Medieval India
162A Indian Philosophy and Religion
162C Sikhism
164A Buddhist Traditions in South Asia
164B Buddhist Traditions in East Asia
166A Religion in Chinese Culture
166E The Flowering of Chinese Buddhism
167D Shinto
178 The Body Religious in Chinese Culture
190AA-ZZ Topics in Religious Studies
193 Religion and Ecology in the Americas

SOCIOLOGY
108 Methods of Sociological Research
108C Methods of Cultural Analysis
118C Sociology of Culture
130 Development and its Alternatives
130LA Development & Social Change in Latin America
130ME Development & Social Change in the Middle East
131 Political Sociology
134 Social Movements
137E Sociology of Black Experience
144 The Chicano Community
151 Gender in Film and Television
152A Sociology of Human Sexuality
152B Topics in Human Sexuality
154A Sociology of the Family
154F The Chicano Family
155W La Chicana: Mexican Women in the U.S.
185C Cultural Theory

Hibernated or Discontinued Courses
formerly on the Anthropology Related Fields List
(not found in 2011-12 General Catalog):

These courses still qualify as approved related fields courses, should they be reinstated or re-listed or if a student took the course prior to hibernation.

BLST 165 African Civilizations

CHST 144 The Chicano Community
CHST 150 Mesoamerican Technology and Ideology
CHST 154F The Chicano Family
CHST 150 Mesoamerican Technology and Ideology
CHST 154F The Chicano Family

CHST 189B Postborder Culture: The Migrant World 

CLASS 100A Greek and Roman Civilization
CLASS 100B Greek and Roman Civilization
CLASS 170A Greek Archaeology
CLASS 170B Roman Archaeology *
*Please note Classics 170 or Classics 170B is accepted but NOT both.

ECON 111 Economic History of Ancient Civilization
ECON 112A European Economic History to 1850
ECON 113B 20th Century U.S. Economic History
ECON 119 Modern United States Business History

ENVST 103 Human Population and the Environment

FR&IT 146X Voyages to the Unknown
FR&IT 192X Post-Colonial Francophone Narrative

FMST
GEOG 156 Great Cities of the World

HIST 135A History of Russia: 1800 to Present
HIST 156C History of Mexico
HIST 167C History of American Labor
HIST 168F Racism in American History

ARTHI130A Pre-Columbian Art of Mexico
ARTHI130E Art and Empire in the Americas: Aztec, Inka, Spanish
ARTHI132A Mediterranean Cities
ARTHI132D Islamic Architecture 650-1400
ARTHI132E Islamic Architecture 1400-Modern
ARTHI134A Buddhist Art
ARTHI134F The Art of Japan
ARTHI145MC The University: Microcosm of Knowledge

INT 150 Voices of the Stranger

LING 133 Studies in Language, Gender, and Sexuality
LING 185 Animal Communication
LING 186 The Evolutionary Origin of Language

MUS168B Anthropology of Music

POLSI138 Political & Economic Development in Pacific Rim Countries

RGST 102 Symbolizations of the Feminine in Cross-Cultural Perspective
RGST 103 The Ritual Dimensions of Religious Life
RGST 103B Marriage in the Ancient World
RGST 114B Religious Traditions of the Southwest
RGST 114C Myths, Symbols, and Transitions in Native American Religions
RGST 131C Judaism in the Medieval World
RGST 131E Contemporary Trends in Judiasm
RGST 134 Religion and Violence
RGST 144 Scripture in Cross-Cultural Perspective
RGST 146 Comparative Mysticism
RGST 161B Buddhist Meditation Traditions
RGST 165 The Vedic Traditions of India
RGST 166B Taoist Traditions of China
RGST 166C Confucian Traditions: The Classical Period
RGST 167AB Religion in Japanese Culture
RGST 168D Sleeping, Dreaming and Dying in Tibetan Buddhism
RGST 170 Hindu Dharma: Law and Ethics in Indian Society
RGST 173 Religious Myth and Language
RGST 182 Ethics of the Life Cycle

SOC 104A Fundamentals of Data Analysis in Sociology
SOC 104B Fundamentals of Data Analysis in Sociology
SOC 118G American Cultural Representations and Myths
SOC 130A Development and Social Change in Africa
SOC 130SA Development and Social Change in South and Central Asia

EXERCISE AND SPORTS STUDIES
149 Applied Kinesiology (formerly PA A 149)

132 Sport Sociology

*Note: appropriate for WS and Anth double majors only.

 

BIOLOGICAL/PHYSICAL EMPHASIS COURSES:

Note: Other relevant courses not on this list may be applied by petition (see undergraduate advisor). Please be aware that some of these courses may be cross-listed, have prerequisites, or other restrictions.

Ecology, Evolution, and Marine Biology
113 & 113L Evolution & Ecology of Terrestrial Vertebrates
130 Population Genetics
131 Principles of Evolution
143 & 143L Ecological Physiology
146 Biometry
156 Biology of Reproduction

Note: prerequisites for courses are strictly enforced.

Education
111 Introduction to Child and Adolescent Development

Geography
167 Biogeography: The Study of Plant and Animal Distributions

Molecular, Cellular, and Developmental Biology

101AB Molecular Genetics
111 Human Physiology
112 Developmental Biology
132 Bacterial Pathogenesis
133 Molecular and Cellular Immunobiology
134 General Animal Virology
135 Cellular Growth Control and Oncogenesis
138 Medical Immunology
139 Medical Microbiology
140L Recombinant DNA Methods
149 Mariculture for the 21st Century: Research Frontiers

Note: prerequisites for courses are strictly enforced.

Psychology
101 Health Psychology
137 Behavioral Endocrinology
143 Human Relationships
153L Laboratory in Developmental and Evolutionary Psychology
155 Evolution and Cognition
169L Laboratory in Neuroanatomy

Note: relevant for Psych/Anth Double majors or previous Psych majors.

Sociology
152A Human Sexuality

 

Hibernated or Discontinued Courses formerly on the Anthropology Related Fields List (not found in 2011-12 General Catalog):

These courses still qualify as approved related fields courses, should they be reinstated or re-listed or if a student took the course prior to hibernation.

EEMB 135 Evolutionary Ecology
MCDB 121 Ethics of Biomedical Technology
PSYC 125 Human Psychophysiology

Linguistics
185 Animal Communication

Exercise and Sports Studies
101 Physiology of Exercise
149 Applied Kinesiology