ANTHRO 3626 - Research Design/Proposal Writing





    Prof. Anya Bernstein
    Tues. 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM

    This course is part seminar, part practicum. Its purpose is to help students conceptualize and design a research project, to craft effective research and grantproposals, and to prepare for ethnographic and archival work. The first and longest part of the course will focus on formulating a researchable project, in all its various elements; how to write a statement of problem, to frame arguments/theses, to situate work in the appropriate anthropological literature/s, to develop a methodological approach, and techniques,...

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    ANTHRO 3628 - Anthropological Research Methods





    Prof. Kaya Williams
    Tues. and Thurs. 1:30 PM - 2:45 PM 
    Peabody 12

    This course offers a conceptual overview of research methods used by anthropologists. We will hear from faculty members their experience of doing fieldwork—from formulating a research question, choosing a site, entering the field to ethical issues they face in the field. Students will not only learn about but also practice these various methods and reflect on their projects in lights of the discussion about methods. To that end, students will complete several exercises and craft a...

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