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Department
Anthropology
Course
ANTH 1120
Professor
All Professors
Semester
Winter

Description
FallWinter 20112012 APANTH 1110 60INTRODUCTION TO SOCIAL ANTHROPOLOGY Social Anthropology is the comparative analysis and understanding of all forms of human condition past and presentThis course provides an introductory overview of Social Anthropology the discipline that examines what it means to be humanIt challenges you to engage with other ways of knowing and being and to rethink your takenforgranted knowledge and beliefsThrough the course students will develop critical skills for using anthropological approaches to increase their understanding of and respect for diversity in our rapidly changing world APANTH 1110 60 M Winter Term Course Access Features All spaces reserved for new students admitted to York University in January 2012 APANTH 1110 60 B APANTH 1110 60 A INTRODUCTION TO SOCIAL INTRODUCTION TO SOCIAL ANTHROPOLOGY ANTHROPOLOGY REQUIRED COURSE FOR ALL REQUIRED COURSE FOR ALL ANTHROPOLOGY MAJORSANTHROPOLOGY MAJORSsee Degree Requirements see Degree Requirements Course Director TBA Course DirectorTBA Social Anthropology is the comparative Social Anthropology is the comparative analysis and understanding of all forms of analysis and understanding of all forms of human condition past and presentThis human condition past and presentThis course provides an introductory overview of course provides an introductory overview of Social Anthropology the discipline that Social Anthropology the discipline that examines what it means to be humanIt examines what it means to be humanIt challenges you to engage with other ways of challenges you to engage with other ways of knowing and being and to rethink your knowing and being and to rethink your takenforgranted knowledge and beliefstakenforgranted knowledge and beliefsThrough the course students will develop Through the course students will develop critical skills for using anthropological critical skills for using anthropological approaches to increase their understanding approaches to increase their understanding of and respect for diversity in our rapidly of and respect for diversity in our rapidly changing world changing world FormatTwo lecture hours and one FormatTwo lecture hours and one tutorial hour tutorial hour Evaluation To be announced in the first Evaluation To be announced in the first week of classes week of classes Projected Enrolment250 Projected Enrolment 250 Course Access Features Spaces Course Access FeaturesSpaces open for year level 01 02 03 and 04 open for year level 01 02 03 and 04 students students27APANTH 1110 60 M APANTH 2100 60INTRODUCTION TO SOCIAL ONE WORLD MANY PEOPLESANTHROPOLOGY Course DirectorTBA REQUIRED COURSE FOR ALLThe formation and consequences of ANTHROPOLOGY MAJORSan increasingly interdependent world amidst see Degree Requirements widespread diversity of society and culture isthe theme of this courseWe begin with an Course Director TBA historical overview of the creation of thisinterdependence looking at European Social Anthropology is the comparative colonial expansion from the voyages of analysis and understanding of all forms of Christopher Columbus to the Industrial human condition past and presentThis RevolutionWe then go on to examine more course provides an introductory overview of closely the processes of 19th and 20th Social Anthropology the discipline that century colonialism that ensured the examines what it means to be humanIt expansion of a capitalist market and that challenges you to engage with other ways of fueled the forces of globalization in our knowing and being and to rethink your contemporary world takenforgranted knowledge and beliefs Once we have gained some Through the course students will develop theoretical and historical insight into the critical skills for using anthropological creation of global economic political and approaches to increase their understanding cultural interdependence we will focus on of and respect for diversity in our rapidly contemporary issues raised by the changing world conditions of this interdependencyIn thiscontext we will look at such things as FormatThree lecture hours winter development policies and their term consequences at the local level cultural forms of resistance to internal colonialism Evaluation To be announced in the first the consequences of globalization for week of classes marginalized populations and the politics ofresistance to contemporary global forcesProjected Enrolment50 Format Two lecture hours and one Course Access Features All spaces tutorial hour reserved for new students admitted to YorkUniversity in January 2012 Evaluation To be announced in the firstweek of classesProjected Enrolment 150Course Access FeaturesSpacesopen for year level 01 02 03 and 04students 28
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