Course Description: Anthropological approaches to history and memory. Theory, method; comparative study of remembering, forgetting, commemorating, narrating, ritualizing, structuring time. Early, contemporary scholarship; political economy, identity, authority, representation in shaping cultural memory, historical constructions. Prerequisite: 01:070:101 or permission of instructor.
Most Recent Syllabus
document 380 fall 22 Ghassem Fachandi syllabus draft (518 KB)