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URBS 3301
Urban Anthropology
Three semester hours.
A study of how humans adapt culturally and biologically to increasingly dense settlement patterns. Examines the process by which complex societies emerge, from ancient times to the present: the strategies humans use to cope with demands posed by urban environments; and a cross-cultural study of format and informal cultural use of urban space. (Cross-listed with ANTH 3301)

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