Lorna A Rhodes
Delineation and analysis of a specific problem or related problems in anthropology. Offered occasionally by visitors or resident faculty.
This course is SERVICE LEARNING IN CRIMINAL JUSTICE. Priority will be given to students who have or are taking ANTH 379: Prisons in Anthropological Perspective. Students will spend 30 hours volunteering for organizations related to criminal justice; class time will focus on readings, discussion, and visitors to support these service projects. This course should be helpful to students interested in connections between anthropology and criminal justice, considering careers in criminal justice, or interested in experiencing community service in this area. Entry code only: write to instructor with 1)reasons for interests 2) your age (some placements available for over-21 only).
Student learning goals
General method of instruction
This course is suitable for students who already have background and interests in prison studies, medical anthropology (depending on topic) and LSJ.
Class assignments and grading
Students will be expected to keep a journal of their service experience and to participate actively in class discussion and in-class writing.