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AMST 746 01 (13312) /ANTH503
Research in Sociocultural Anthropology: Ethnographic Writing and Representation
Jafari Allen
W 3.30-5.20 HLH51 101
Fall 2015 
 
The course examines the representational practices that inform the doing and making of ethnography, broadly construed as the depiction of social life in the past and present. We consider classic and contemporary approaches to ethnography as a literary form as well as explore precedents and possibilities in the visual and performing arts.

This is a core Anthropology graduate program course; others admitted only by permission of the instructor.