Certificate in the Study of Societies in Transition: Reciprocity, Relationship, and Reconciliation Histories - Ethnographic Imagination

ANTH 2006  Ethnographic Imagination


Three hours of lecture per week for one term.




Students focus on the practice of ethnography as a means of understanding and communicating human experience. By engaging with classic and contemporary ethnographic writing, students explore contemporary debates about culture, representation, and the relationship between ethnography and cultural theory. Students examine issues central to cultural anthropology through global and local perspectives.

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