Anthropology

The cultural anthropology courses discuss the concept of culture and the scientific study of present day people and extinct culture through the use of a cross-cultural approach, ethnography, ethnohistory and archaeology. Special attention is devoted to how language and culture are unique to Homo sapiens and how language differs from all other animal communication systems.

These social science courses fulfill general education requirements for many degrees at ECC, as well as for most four-year institutions.

 

 

 

Contact:

Dr. William Cunningham, Division Chair
Phone: 636-584-6651
Office: BH 208