ANTH 112: Political Anthropology
Political anthropology involves the study of formal political institutions as well as the manifestations of power in everyday life. Topics may include anthropological perspectives on: the state and other forms of political authority; social inequality; conflict; indigenous responses to colonialism and the nation-state; social movements; citizenship; governmentality; and globalization.
Prerequisite: ANTH 001 or Junior standing. Pass/No Pass option.
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