Power, Politics & Development

Power, Politics, & Development Understand the complex social and cultural impacts of alternate political and economic systems across the full expanse of human history. Topics covered in these courses include:  Political Economy, (Post) Colonialism, Economics, Nationalism, Diaspora and Trans-nationalism, Policy, Advocacy & Social Movements.

  • 2100 6.0 Global Capitalism, Culture and Conflict
  • 3030 3.0 Discourses of Colonialism
  • 3120 6.0 The Anthropology of Tourism
  • 3210 6.0 Public Anthropology
  • 3220 6.0 Greed, Globalization & the Gift: The Culture(s) of Capitalism
  • 3370 3.0 Power & Violence: The Making of Modernity
  • 3380 3.0 The Everyday Politics of Rage: Anthropological Perspectives on Populism
  • 3400 6.0 The Politics of Recognition: Citizenship and Civil Society
  • 3410 6.0 Race, Ethnicity and Nationalism: Us and Them
  • 3420 6.0 Indigenous Peoples & Indigenous Rights
  • 3600 3.0 The Anthropology of Industrial Work in Cross-Cultural Perspective
  • 3630 3.0 The Anthropology of Illicit Networks: Migration, Transnationalism and Informal Economies
  • 3380 3.0 The Everyday Politics of Rage: Anthropological Perspectives on Populism
  • 4130 6.0 The Professional Anthropologist: The Anthropologist as Practitioner
  • 4270 3.0 Imagined Societies: An Anthropology of Nations Without Boundaries
  • 4340 6.0 Advocacy & Social Movements
  • 4410 3.0 The Anthropology of Human Rights
  • 4420 3.0 The Gendered Politics of War
  • 4610 3.0 The Ethnography of Politics