ANT209H5 • War, Trade and Aid: The Anthropology of Global Intervention

Description

This course explores how anthropology approaches the study of various interventions into human life and society. These forms of intervention--nation building, human rights, and development--differ in the scale and scope of their projects and in what they hope to accomplish. They also have much in common. Each is explicitly concerned with improving the conditions under which people live, and yet each has also been criticized for making things worse rather than better. This course will explore why this might be the case by focusing on examples taken from around the world.

Distribution Requirement
Social Science
Total Instructional Hours
24L
Mode of Delivery
In Class
Program Area
Anthropology