AnthropologyANTH259 Race in Theory and Ethnography

Explores theoretical and methodological approaches to the cross-cultural study of race, with an emphasis on historical and ethnographic analysis. Main approaches considered include Foucauldian, Gramscian, diaspora theory, and the everyday poetics and politics of race. (Formerly course 246.)

Requirements

Enrollment is restricted to graduate students.

Credits

5

Instructor

Mark Anderson