2014-2015 Undergraduate Bulletin

ANT 332 Class, Race, Ethnicity and Gender in Anthropological Perspective

3 hours 

This course examines the cultural constructions of race, ethnicity, class and gender to better understand the emergence and reproduction of social inequality and its implications for individuals, communities and nations. Through ethnographic and theoretical readings, students gain a deeper understanding of how each social category intersects with each of the others. The curriculum will examine the ideologies, practices, performances, and relations between class, race, ethnicity, and gender and the complex of their socio-cultural dynamics.




ENG 201, ANT 101