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ANTH-541Public Anthropology and State Policy (3)
Course Level: Undergraduate/Graduate
This course traces shifting relationships among governments, anthropologists, and ordinary people. Readings and class discussions explore the rise of applied anthropology as part of the processes of colonialism and capital accumulation. Also covered are colonial encounters, immigration and internment, neocolonialism, and structural adjustment. Prerequisite: two courses in anthropology or graduate standing.