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Intermediate Selected Topics in Anthropology: Anthropology of Civic Engagement

How can anthropological skills be used to more effectively understand communities? Why is it important to integrate understandings of race, class, gender and other social structures into community research as well as into policies that can improve a community’s well-being? How have anthropologists traditionally engaged with communities and how has this changed over time? This class will explore the meanings of civic engagement in anthropology, what this means for communities, and how anthropologists can productively collaborate with communities in beneficial ways.

Course Number

ANTH 275 C1

Instructor

Anderson-Levy, Lisa

Code(s)

C,L1

Credits

0.50

Course Format

online

Course Format Description

A mixture of synchronous activities held online during scheduled course times and asynchronous activities. Options will be available for students who cannot meet synchronously during scheduled course times. Students on and off campus are welcome to participate.

Time Slot

Mid Morning

Module

2

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