- Module code: AN169
- Credits: 7.5
- Semester: 2
- Department: ANTHROPOLOGY
- Coordinator: Prof. David Prendergast (ANTHROPOLOGY), Prof. Hana Cervinkova (ANTHROPOLOGY)
In the spring, we will build upon what we will have learnt about culture and anthropological imagination and show how anthropology can help us explore some of the key developments in the contemporary world. The themes will include urbanization, migration, aging, climate change, transformations in family organization, and human-animal relations, etc. We will pay attention to how people in diverse cultures live their lives, learn and adapt in the context of social, technological, economic and environmental changes that are sweeping the world, which we collectively inhabit. Anthropological focus on culture and cultures as both a universal and a specific phenomenon will allow us to examine the richness of human experience in diverse settings across the globe.
On successful completion of the module, students should be able to:
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