Courses: Anthropology of the Mediterranean: Seminar on Greece (COMLH241A01)

Fall 2009

This course focuses on pluralism and cultural interaction in circum-Mediterranean societies. It includes such topics as: orientalism and the problematics and politics of ethnographic production in and on peripheral societies; the use and abuse of concepts of cultural continuity; ethno-religious interaction in rural and urban settings; imperial legacies and nation-state ideologies in 21st century cultural politics; local and transnational economic systems; migration patterns, conflicts, and contemporary social transformations.

Fulfills: SO I

Location

Haverford, Gest 103

Meeting Times

T 1:30-4:00