(4)Explores a variety of theoretical frameworks for understanding human societies and social experience. Students learn classical and contemporary approaches to analyzing and interpreting the worlds around them, as well as how to combine theoretical perspectives with various methodological approaches common to Sociology and Anthropology. Students will not only read theory but learn in workshops to use theory in the interpretation of concrete and empirical social and cultural worlds. Prerequisite: ANTH 100 or SOC 100. Fall and Spring.