ANTH 097G SC - Political Anthropology

This courses examines politics and power from an anthropological perspective. It explores the impact of the recognition of the importance of colonialism and capitalism on political anthropology; new ways of understanding "formal" and everyday forms of power, domination and resistance; and globalization in relation to identity, the state and political action.

Course Credit: 1.0

This course information is from the 2018-2019 Scripps Catalog. View this catalog.

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