AN 470 Culture and Power 4 cr.  (4-0-0)

Students receive a general introduction to theory and criticism in anthropology and cultural studies, which includes central theories that shape the theory and practice of the social sciences. Students will critically evaluate writings in Marxism, Globalization, Ideology and Hegemony, Structuralism, Post Structuralism, Place and Identity, Technology and Identity, and the Politics of Difference as relayed through diverse theories of Feminism, Race, and Post-Colonial Theory and Criticism.