Cultural Localities II: Writing Culture (ANT4136.01)

Noah Coburn

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This advanced research seminar offers the opportunity for the student to implement an advanced study of a specific culture and issue as it is shaped by various social, political, religious and economic contexts. The course will begin with a discussion of contemporary issues in anthropological field research and the writing process, and will include issues such as ethics, the impact of research on public policy, the framing of data and matters of style in the presentation of work. The majority of the course is devoted to individual pursuit of a topic, as relevant to a specific peoples or culture. Students will build on the frame that they constructed in Cultural Localities I by analyzing field research data. Building on work from the previous term, the length of the final paper is expected to be 60+ pages. Students will also work collaboratively to comment on each other’s work.

Prerequisites: Satisfactory work in Cultural Localities I and permission of the instructor.
Credits: 4
W 2:10pm - 6:00pm
Maximum Enrollment: 12
Course Frequency:
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