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ANTH 100 PZ - Cannibalism, Shamanism, Alterity


Students will read and discuss contemporary theories on alterity (otherness), focusing on indigenous forms of producing otherness involving humans, nonhumans, and non material subjects. Alterity and subjectivity in Amerindian societies are produced through the manipulations of bodies; cannibalism and shamanism are particular forms of creating the social body and different types of subjects. 

Instructor: L. Martins
Course Credit: 1.0


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