Interdisciplinary Readings: Anthropology, History, Sociology

History UCSF 217

Spring 2012
Instructor: 
Dolan
Location: 
Laurel Heights Room 485
Day & Time: 
Tu 1-3pm

This course examines different theories and research methods developed in anthropology, history and sociology to demonstrate how particular conceptual paradigms are adapted for use by different disciplines. Through comparative readings, this course traces the intellectual foundations of medical anthropology, history and sociology. Offered alternate years.

Notes: 

Winter Term Courses at UCSF begin week of January 1st and end on March 16, 2012, the last day of Exams. For information on these UCSF History courses, contact the Director of Graduate Studies, Professor Elizabeth Watkins, at watkinse@dahsm.ucsf.edu Interested graduate students can receive credit for these UCSF courses by completing an Intercampus Exchange Program Application. Go to http://grad.berkeley.edu/policies/guides/ggp-full.html#exchange for detailed instructions.