Transnationalism and Cosmopolitanism
This course deals with contemporary anthropological thinking on the ways local and global flows of peoples, goods and ideas inform cultural practices and identity formation, and how these flows affect processes of intercultural exchange. Key themes to be addressed include: hybridity, migration, belonging, consumption and insurrection.
Additional Course Information
AN101; Year 3 or Year 4 Anthropology major OR Year 3 or Year 4 honours status in an arts program.
- 3 lecture hours