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Module CHANGING LEGAL LANDSCAPES: ANTHROPOLOGY AND THE LAW

Module code: AN237A
Credits: 5
Semester: 2
Department: ANTHROPOLOGY
International: Yes
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This module will explore the field of legal anthropology from its historical origins to contemporary debates on legal pluralism and human rights. A core objective of the course is to foreground law as a social process influenced by developments outside of the law. The course will examine the contested arenas of law and custom, crime and punishment and the disputing process.

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