Societies of Central Asia
I wouldn't recommend her Central Asian Studies class, the first problem is the subject is so broad so this anthro class turns into a History course which isn't the same thing. But if you like history with little tidbits about how people make tents out of yak hair, then by all means. Also, I love reading and I always do it for my classes, as I did for her course and this is the first course ever where I think the amount of reading she gives is absurd. And I love reading, I'm not lazy but the amount she gives is insane and she doesn't really tell you which topics to focus while you're reading so you're literally reading hundreds and hundreds of pages THE WHOLE 800 page text book, and you have no idea what you're supposed to be taking note of PLUS A NOVEL, and the questions she ends up asking are ridiculous because they don't check if you did the reading or not, they check if you can chronologically summarize the reading in the way she asks you too, which isn't very fair when you have to read an entire text book and novel. And I don't think she shows near enough films for an ethnographic class.