Wednesday, April 11, 2012

What's Out There, Episode 103.

A listing from Methods Mall, a one-stop shop for NSF-sponsored training opportunities in research methods for cultural anthropologists. This year, there are four training programs targeted at faculty and graduate students in anthropology.

The University of Florida is now offering online courses on research methods in anthropology. The first two courses, offered in May-June of 2012, are Text Analysis in Cultural Anthropology (taught by Clarence Gravlee and Amber Wutich) and Geospatial Analysis in Cultural Anthropology (taught by Eduardo Brondizio and Tracy Van Holt).

For more information and to enroll, go here: Or contact Russ Bernard at

Each five-week, online course, carries three university credits at the graduate level. The courses are for professionals in anthropology and for students of anthropology who are looking to strengthen their skills in research methods. The emphasis in each course is on skills for collecting and analyzing the many kinds of data with which anthropologists work.  The cost for each course is $2,500.00, plus a $33.63 fee per course.

Courses in this online program were developed with support from the National Science Foundation’s Program in Cultural Anthropology. More courses are planned for 2013 and 2014.

H. Russell Bernard 
Professor of Anthropology, Emeritus
University of Florida

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