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|ANTH 3750 - Anthropological Perspectives on Globalization and the World-System|
(Formerly 076.375) An anthropological perspective on the modern world-system and the expansion of capitalism into peripheral areas of the world; the transformation of indigenous societies and cultures; the rise of ethnic conflict, protest and resistance; and a comparative examination of selected global and transnational processes. Students may not hold credit for both ANTH 3750 (076.375) and ANTH 3751 (076.375). Prerequisite: [a grade of "C" or better in one of: ANTH 1220 (076.122) or ANTH 1221 (076.122) or ANTH 1520 (076.152) or ANTH 2000 or ANTH 2001 or the former ANTH 2390 (076.239) or the former ANTH 2391 (076.239) or the former 076.120] or written consent of instructor.
- 3.0 Credit hours
Anthropology:Cultural, Social Science