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ANTH 052 PZ - Indigenous Societies: Histories of Encounters


The course gives an overview of the current lives of indigenous societies in different parts of the world [North America, South America, Africa, and Asia]. We will examine major topics that mark their encounters with nation-states: political power, economic development, gender relations, collective rights, health, formal education, and religion. The course compares a variety of ethnographic cases (through movies and texts) to expose the difference and similarities between ‘indigenous peoples.”

Instructor: L. Martins
Course Credit: 1.0


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