An anthropological approach to the tacitly, accepted notions of place and space. Theoretical, consideration of experience, meaning, and behavior, in relation to our material surroundings stresses, the social production of space. Key topics include, wilderness, pathways, home, cities, buildings,, monuments, and movement. Students are encouraged, to reflect on their own background in, consideration of these themes. The course provides, conceptual, bibliographic, and methodological, structure for students to imagine, design, and, carry out individual research projects.