ANTH101W: Cultural Anthropology: Faces of Culture

Lecture Hours 3 Lab Hours 0 Credits 3

An introduction to cultural anthropology, this course examines cultural structure and process. Its major topics include economics, subsistence patterns, organizing devices, culture change, socio-political organizations, and patterns for transmission of culture. The course also examines methods of anthropological research and theoretical orientations.

Effective Fall 2023: this is a CCSNH Access course and will display on transcripts, count as credits attempted, and count towards the cumulative grade point average for all seven colleges: Great Bay, Lakes Region, Manchester, Nashua, NHTI, River Valley, and White Mountains. Students cannot receive credit for more than one of the CCSNH Access courses or equivalents and the most recent course on the college transcript will be used in the cumulative grade point average (CGPA) calculation. For graduation residency purposes, only home campus Access courses will be used.

  • GBCC’s ANTH101G (ANTH101G, AN101)
  • LRCC’s HUMA131L (HUMA131L, HUMA1310L, LHUM1310)
  • MCC’s ANTH101M (ANTH101M, AN101)
  • NCC’s ANTH110N (ANTH110N, SOCN110)
  • NHTI’s ANTH101C (ANTH101C, AN101)
  • RVCC’s SOSC110R (SOSC110R, SOCK110, SOCC110)
  • WMCC’s ANTH101W (ANTH101W, BANT101)