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ANTH 522 - Globalization: Race/Ethnicity, Class and Gender


This course provides critical perspectives on the globalization process with race/ethnicity, class and gender as the central themes. Topics may include: theoretical issues pertaining to the study of globalization; production and reproduction in the global economy; paid and unpaid labor and its relationship to globalization; development experience in East Asia and Russia; alternatives to corporate globalization; the reclaiming of the “commons;” global environmental issues raised by the consideration of race/ ethnicity, class and gender.

Credit Hours: 3 hrs
Grade Mode: Normal (A-F)

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