FIG #2: Frames of Mind

FIG Pre-registration Fall 2017 is now closed. Please contact Rebecca McLean with any questions at (360)650-6607 or Rebecca.McLean@wwu.edu.


Cluster Description:
Is human behavior best explained by the study of our minds or our cultures?

Courses

Class
 Instructor 
 Days 
 Time 
 Credits 
 GUR 
Anthropology 201
Kathleen Saunders
MTWRF
9:00-9:50 am
5
SSC 
Lena Ericksen
TR
1:00-2:50 pm
4
BCGM 
Seminar 101
Justina Brown
F
10:00-11:50 am
2
 

Total Credits:

11
 

Course Descriptions for Frames of Mind

  • Anthropology 201, Introduction to Cultural Anthropology, (Kathleen Saunders) 5cr, SSC, CRN: 40868
    The study of the many ways of being human through the creation of cultural systems. Cross-cultural comparisons of social systems to de-naturalize taken-for-granted assumptions about "human nature". Surveys cultural configurations through time and locations.
  • Psychology 119, Psychology of Gender, (Lena Ericksen) 4cr, BCGM, CRN: 42297
    Basic concepts, foundations for sex roles; similarities and differences between the sexes; historical customs, personality theories, cultural, subcultural and cross-cultural perspectives
  • Seminar 101, Seminar for First-Year Students, (Justina Brown) 2cr, CRN: 41051
    An introductory seminar offering an exploration of academic content and essential questions within the liberal arts and sciences tradition. Includes embedded instruction in academic skills and use of campus resources pertinent to exploration of the FIG cluster theme. Concludes in a formal paper or academic presentation. Discover the connections between psychology and anthropology and the relationships among people, behavior, and social and cultural ties. Examine issues of ethnicity, race, gender, sexual orientation and mental health from different perspectives.

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