Language, Social Theory, Critical Theory

Language, Social Theory, Critical Theory

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RELATED COURSES: UNDERGRADUATE & GRADUATE

FREQUENTLY TAUGHT COURSES ON THESE ISSUES

UNDERGRADUATE COURSES
  • 1002      THE INTERPRETATION OF CULTURE
  • 1009      AN INTRODUCTION TO LANGUAGE AND CULTURE
  • 2004     AN INTRODUCTION TO SOCIAL AND CULTURAL THEORY
  • 2005     THE ETHNOGRAPHIC IMAGINATION
  • 2026     ON PRECARITY
  • 2028     THINK LIKE AN ARCHAEOLOGIST
  • 3234     INDIGENOUS PLACE-THOUGHT
  • 3725     THE POLITICS OF RECOGNITION
  • 3803     LANGUAGE MATTERS
  • 3878     NEOLIBERAL URBANISM AND THE POLITICS OF EXCLUSION
  • 4045     TEMPORALITIES: ARCHAEOLOGICAL APPROACHES TO TIME
  • 4175      WRITING ARCHAEOLOGY
 
GRADUATE COURSES
  • 4045     TEMPORALITIES: ARCHAEOLOGICAL APPROACHES TO TIME
  • 4175      WRITING ARCHAEOLOGY
  • 5172      WRITTEN CULTURE
  • 5127      NECROPOLITICS
  • 5201      PRINCIPLES/APP OF SOCIETY AND CULTURE
  • 5480     CRITICAL NATIVE/INDIGENOUS
  • 6016      IDEOLOGIES/MYTHOLOGIES
  • 6157      THE IDEA OF A BLACK RADICAL TRADITION
  • 6162      CONTEMPORARY ARCHAEOLOGICAL THEORY
  • 6160      LAW, HISTORY, AND ANTHROPOLOGY
  • 6248     DECOLONIZING METHODOLOGIES
  • 6294     POLITICAL CONCEPTS: GEONTOPOWER
  • 6601      QUESTIONS-ANTHROPOLOGICAL THEORY 1
  • 6602     QUESTIONS-ANTHROPOLOGICAL THEORY 2
  • 6643     ISLE OF INTELLECTUALS
  • 6649     DARK ECOLOGY: ECOCRITICAL THOUGHT

RELATED COURSES SUMMER 2021

THE INTERPRETATION OF CULTURE (ANTHV1002)

INTRODUCTION TO LANGUAGE AND CULTURE (ANTHW1009)

THE POLITICS OF RECOGNITION (ANTHW3725)

RELATED COURSES FALL 2021

UNDERGRADUATE COURSES

THE INTERPRETATION OF CULTURE (ANTHV1002)

INTRODUCTION TO SOCIAL AND CULTURAL THEORY (ANTHV2004)

 

GRADUATE COURSES

PRINCIPLES AND APPLICATIONS OF SOCIETY AND CULTURE (ANTHG5201)

THING THEORY (ANTHG6085)

PERSONHOOD (ANTHG6245)

QUESTIONS OF ANTHROPOLOGICAL THEORY: TEXTS 1 (this course is restricted to PhD students in Anthropology) (ANTHG660)

MAKING ETHNOGRAPHY: METHOD AND WRITING (ANTHG6070)

DARK ECOLOGIES: ECOCRITICAL THOUGHT NOW (ANTHG6649)

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