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    AN376 – Culture and Power: Political Anthropology

    Processes involved in “power” – how history, culture and beliefs, resources and environment all shape practices and patterns – are anything but simple. This course will attempt to bridge between the established canon of the fields known as "political” and “legal” anthropologies and the contemporary preoccupation with power.

    by Noah Smith 20'
    by Noah Smith 20'


    Professor Sarah Hautzinger email

    Prerequisite: One previous cultural anthropology course or consent of instructor.