ANTH3030 - Nationalism, Ethnicity & Race
This course focuses on theories and practices of ethnicity, race and nationalism. The reading material is divided between theoretical work on these issues and ethnographic examples. The readings primarily are from what sometimes are called the '1st and 2nd worlds'. Though most of the readings are contemporary, historical sources will be used as well.
Dr Ruth Mandel
|Assessment:||2 x 2000 words essays (50% each)|
Student Contact Hours:
||2 hour session (lectures, discussion, and a few relevant films) and 1 hour tutorial per week|
ANTH1005: Introduction to Social Anthropology. Third year students only