MIT Anthropology Course Schedule

21A.01
HASS-D, CI-H
How Culture Works TR3:00-4:00
56-114
R:01 R4.00-5.00
66-154
R:02 R4.00-5.00
66-156
Buyandelger
21A.102
HASS-D, CI-H
Ethnic and National Identity MW 7:00-8:30 EVE
56-180
Jackson
21A.302302J/WGS.271J Dilemmas in Biomedical Ethics: Playing God or Doing Good? T 1:00-4:00
56-180
James
21A.306 Culture, Embodiment, and the Senses R 1:00-4:00
56-180
James
21A.415J/11.161J/
14.43J/15.031J
Energy Decisions, Markets, and Policies MWF 2:30-4:00
E51-149
Silbey
Schmalensee
Lessard
21A.461 What is Capitalism? TR 1:00-2:30
1-150
Walley
21A.550J/STS.064J DV Lab: Documenting Science through Video and New Media Lec W 1:00-4:00
E53-354
Lab F 1:00-4:00
E53-354
Walley
Boebel
21A.801J/STS.071J/
EC.702J U
(meets with 21A.839J/
STS.481J/EC.792J) G
Cross-Cultural Investigations: Technology and Development (U/G) TR 9:30-11:00
56-180
Paxson
21A.809
(meets with 15.347)
G
Methods for Graduate Research in the Social Sciences (G) T 9:00-12:00
E53-354
Silbey
McCants
21A.852
CI-M
Seminar in Anthropological Theory TBA Jackson
21A.859J/STS.250J
G
Social Theory and Analysis (G) W 1:00-4:00
E51-393
Helmreich
21A.A10 We Are What We Eat
Freshman Advising Seminar
T 3:00-5:00
56-191
Paxson

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