Anthropology (ANTH) - Narrative and Memory

ANTH 3206  Narrative and Memory


30 credits or permission of the instructor


Three hours of seminar per week for one term.




Students explore the intersection between culture, history, and memory. Students in this course reflect on the ways in which humans use narrative to harness and construct events in the past in order to bring them to life in the present. Key topics include the politics of memory and memorialization and Indigenous storytelling.

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