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ANTH 495C Advanced Studies in Anthropology - ADV STUDIES ANTH
An intensive examination of selected topics in Anthropology. Consult the Department for this year's offerings.
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Course Title: Advanced Seminar in Critical Museum Anthropology
Course Description: What are some of the individual and social motivations, the political, economic and cultural effects, and the moral and ethical implications of collecting, creating and ordering assemblages and destroying monuments and art works that triangulate material and intellectual cultures and social relationships? This course introduces this core theme through examining historical and contemporary cross-cultural examples and situating questions of collecting, competing agencies, and cultural obliteration within global politics. Other: Cross listed with ANTH541. Students require the permission of the instructor to register.
Students require the permission of the instructor to register.