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Dissent, Power and History

This course addresses questions of power, agency, and resistance in historical and contemporary cultural contexts. Drawing on visual materials and ethnographic forms of writing, it looks at a range of issues, including nationalism, neoliberalism, democracy, and various forms of organizing.

ANTHROP 3PH3

Dissent, Power and History

Unit(s): 3.0 Level(s): III Term(s): Winter Offered?: Yes

This course addresses questions of power, agency, and resistance in historical and contemporary cultural contexts. Drawing on visual materials and ethnographic forms of writing, it looks at a range of issues, including nationalism, neoliberalism, democracy, and various forms of organizing.


Andrew Gilbert

Assistant Professor