This course examines racism through socio-cultural perspectives on colonization, decolonization, global capitalism, and white supremacy. Drawing on anthropological approaches to systemic and institutional racism, this course helps students to understand how indigenous and marginalized people in various regions of the world experience and resist racialized oppression. 

Satisfies a major and minor requirement in Anthropology.
Satisfies the Social-Scientific Thought requirement.
Satisfies the Justice, Equality, and Community requirement.

(Offered in alternating years.)

Class Details
Course ANT 205
Section 0
CRN 10226
Time T R
Time 0140 - 0255pm
Building 2234 CHAM
Instructor Laurian Bowles
Max 30
Current 30
Remaining 0
Semseter Fall 2019