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AEPS - Anthropology, Economics and Political Science

AEPS 497
Anthropology, Economics, and Political Science Colloquium
3 Credits          Weekly (0-0-3)

This colloquium is a topical seminar designed to enhance students' experience with the liberal arts intellectual tradition of interdisciplinary exchange of ideas. Each semester, a single theme will be chosen that has relevance to Anthropology, Economics, and Political Science. Together, students and faculty members from all three disciplines will explore this topic through lively, respectful exchange of ideas and interpretations of the theme.

Prerequisite: Third-year standing, and a minimum grade of C- in 6 credits of any combination of ANTH, ECON, POLS, or permission of the Department.