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Political and Economic Anthropology (ANTH 450)

An exploration of diverse political and economic processes that give shape to cultural formations, and inversely, how culture informs political and economic behavior and experience. Special attention given to comparative ethnographic cases that demonstrate the intersection of culture, politics, and economics.

Credit Hours 3.0 Lecture
Prerequisites ANTH 105 or IPB 121
Offered Winter
Programs -

Course Outcomes:

Forthcoming