Megan A Carney
Focuses on the movement of cultural patterns and processes across boundaries, examining the "contact zones" in colonial encounters, moving to borrowing and blendings along ethnic and national borders. Examines border crossing of immigration and diasporas. Ethnographic examples from the Americas and Africa. Prerequisite: one 200-level ANTH course.
Focuses on the social and cultural dimensions of contemporary flows of people, materials, ideas, and technologies across different borders and boundaries. Examines border crossings, im/migration, and diaspora. Ethnographic examples from the Americas, Europe, and East Asia.
Student learning goals
General method of instruction
Class assignments and grading