Anthropology and Transnationalism

PREREQUISITE: ANTH-UA.0001.

"Examines what is considered "new" in the ongoing reconstruction of world order and its accompanying disorder. Also examines how this changes the ways people earn their livelihoods; how cultures are transmitted and hybridized; how migrating populations maintain connections to their homelands; how group identities are constructed and asserted; and how social movements around newly politicized issues arise. Discusses changing roles of nation-states and the growing significance of transnational, diasporic, and globalized social relations and cultural forms."

Course Information

ANTH-UA 400

Undergraduate

4 Points

Term Section Instructor Schedule Location

Fall 2017

1
Jerome O Whitington
F: 12:30 PM - 3:00 PM 25WV 706