ATH234 Crosscultural Death
Explores cross-cultural variations in human responses to death and dying. Discusses the cultural universal of death from an anthropological perspective as experienced and processed by cultures and individuals in different regions of the world. Covers the history and development of contemporary U.S. views on mortality and health. Recommended: Introductory course in Anthropology or Sociology. Prerequisite: (WR 115 and RD 115) or IRW 115 and MTH 20 or equivalent placement. Audit available. (See course content and outcomes.)
|CRN||Class type||Location||Days & time||Dates||Seats available||Faculty||More info|
|31854||Online||Not applicable||Available 24/7|
From June 27 through August 20, 2022
|Kerry J Pataki||Books for CRN 31854 <$40.00|
Class details for CRN 31854
Notes: This is an 8 week class
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- In-person: class takes place at specific times and locations. Attendance in person is required.
- Online: class does not have meeting times. Regular online interaction is required and there are weekly assignments.
- Remote: class takes place at specific times online. Students must be logged in during class meeting times.