Courses: Transnatl & Globalization (ANTHB351001)

Fall 2012

Class Number: 2456
Introduces students to transnationalism, globalization and what it means to live in culturally diverse societies. Through media, art, technology, fashion, food, and music this course examines the sociopolitical countours of contemporary multiculturalism in our globalizaing world. The course will examine the impact of global focrces such as immigration, media, and labor markets on cultural diversity. We will look critically at the concept of multiculturalism as it differs across the world, and consider the power of culture as a means of oppression as well as a tool for social change. We will consider how people create and deploy culture through art production, visual media, social movements and other phenomena. Prerequisites: ANTH B102 or permission of instructor.
Div: I;
Enrollment Limit: 15;

Fulfills: Class Nbr: 2456 Div: I;

Department

Anthropology (Web site)

Taught By

Uzwiak,Beth A.

Meeting Times

F 1:00pm-3:00pm