Ecological Perspectives on Small-Scale Societies

Anthropology 212

Usual Description

Popular conceptions regard forager societies as primitive and naive or as prescient conservationists. In this course we will use an ecological framework to explore diversity in forager cultures, and the complex relationships that exist between small-scale societies and their environments. We will also consider the relevance of contemporary foragers to the study of the prehistoric past, and the futures of these groups as they are increasingly drawn into the global economic market.

Course Listings

These are all of the listings of this course recorded in the Oberlin course catalog since the fall of 2007.

Listing Semester Professor
Anthropology 212 Taught by Amy Margaris
Anthropology 212
Anthropology 212 Taught by Amy Margaris
Anthropology 212 Taught by Amy Margaris
Anthropology 212 Taught by Amy Margaris
Anthropology 212 Taught by Amy Margaris