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ANTHROPOLOGY

ANTH-637
Discourse, Text, and Voice (3)

Course Level: Graduate

Topics vary by section, may be repeated for credit with different topic. This seminar reviews current approaches to studies of narrative and conversation, and the insights into social location, ideology, and claims to power which such studies disclose. Usually offered every spring. Prerequisite: graduate standing in anthropology or permission of instructor.

ANTH-637
001
ANTHROPOLOGY
SPRING 2015

Course Level: Graduate

Discourse, Text, and Voice (3)

Engaging Social Justice

Anthropologists confront questions of social justice in every research task undertaken. This course examines approaches to the analysis of discourse/text analysis which help anthropologists engage those confrontations, including critical discourse analysis, corpus linguistics, metaphor and deixis, appraisal, temporality studies, and queer linguistics.

ANTH-637
901
ANTHROPOLOGY
SPRING 2015

Course Level: Graduate

Discourse, Text, and Voice (3)

Engaging Social Justice

Anthropologists confront questions of social justice in every research task undertaken. This course examines approaches to the analysis of discourse/text analysis which help anthropologists engage those confrontations, including critical discourse analysis, corpus linguistics, metaphor and deixis, appraisal, temporality studies, and queer linguistics. Open only to Anthropology Master's International Program students. Meets with ANTH-637 001.