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SOCIAL ANIMALS: ANTHROPOLOGICAL PERSPECTIVES ON ANIMAL-HUMAN RELATIONSHIPS
Country - Partner Institution - Programs: Australia - Australian National University - 'Australian Universities'
UC Course SubjectAnthropology
Number & Suffix: 117
Full UC Title: SOCIAL ANIMALS: ANTHROPOLOGICAL PERSPECTIVES ON ANIMAL-HUMAN RELATIONSHIPS 
Transcript Title: ANIMAL-HUMAN RELATN 
UC QTR Units - Division: 6.0 - Upper Division 
Course Description: This course examines animal-human relationships from a multiple of theoretical perspectives to explore the various positions that animals occupy in human (as pets, food, friends, enemies, beings with rights, organ donors and spectacles of nature). It also introduces students to some of the theoretical cornerstones (and classic readings) of the discipline of Anthropology. Questions considered in this course include: What are animals? How do we classify them? What sorts of relationships do animals have to humans? What can the anthropological exploration of animals and their relationships to humans tell us about ourselves? 
Language of Instruction: English
 
Partner Title: SOCIAL ANIMALS: ANTHROPOLOGICAL PERSPECTIVES ON ANIMAL-HUMAN RELATIONSHIP 
Partner University Department: Anthropology 
Partner University Course Number: ANTH2133