A comparative, holistic study of formal and informal politics in diverse societies. The course focuses on three major themes: examining diverse political systems with emphasis on the emergence of the state; the relationship between power, ideology, and symbolic systems; power and controlling processes, with special attention to dominance, hegemony and resistance. Emphasis on full-length ethnographies. May meet either the Critical Perspectives: Global Cultures or Social Inequality requirement. (Not offered 2016-17).
Prerequisite: One previous cultural anthropology course or consent of instructor.
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|Spring 2018||Block 7||Culture and Power: Political Anthropology||Yogesh Chandrani||TBA||25/17||05/25/2017|