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    Drew University
  Feb 19, 2018
2015-2016 College of Liberal Arts Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

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ANTH 203 - Cultures, Economies, and Globalization

4 credits
In this course students learn about the relationships between systems of production and distribution and the social and cultural contexts in which they occur. After discussing some important theoretical approaches that have influenced economic anthropologists over the years, we consider various ethnographic case studies that provide a more nuanced understanding of both the material and symbolic aspects of economic processes. Throughout the course, we pay close attention to the ways in which global economic processes are articulated, and made meaningful, at the local level. We also contemplate the relationships between global capitalism and pressing social problems, including hunger, gender inequities, poverty, war, and environmental degradation. Spring semester in even numbered years. CLA-Breadth/Social Science

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