Minor in Sociology and Social Anthropology of Social Justice and Inequality - Ethnography in a Global Context SOSA 2001X/Y    Ethnography in a Global Context
CREDIT HOURS: 6
Ethnography describes how people conduct their lives in a particular time and place. This course examines the challenge, complexity, strengths, and limitations of ethnographic knowledge and writing in Social Anthropology. Students will learn about a number of different ethnographic settings which may vary from year to year. A selection of ethnographies, films, autobiographical writing, and critical commentaries will be used to reveal how social anthropologists generate ethnographic knowledge about past and present societies, and why research priorities shift. Approved with International Development Studies.
NOTES: Students taking this course must register in both X and Y in consecutive terms; credit will be given only if both are completed consecutively.
FORMAT: Lecture
PREREQUISITES: One SOSA course at the 1000 level or FYP