Anthropology 350

Anthropology and Multiculturalism

Course details

Anthropology 350 presents an Anthropological perspective on multiculturalism. Multicultural ideals, values, and programs promote the acceptance and accommodation of diversity in its various forms such as language, ethnicity, religion, race, gender, and sexual orientation. The impact of multiculturalism on society in general and on politics, law, economics, education, and entertainment in particular will be surveyed. The course also reviews theories of multiculturalism and its origins, history, and diffusion throughout the contemporary world.

3 Credits - Social Sciences

Course prerequisites

Anthropology 101


This course is also featured in the following Yellowhead Tribal College programs.