ANTH 232 Peoples and Cultures of Africa (1)
This course explores Africa's cultural diversity from an interdisciplinary perspective. To situate specific African groups in their local and global context, the course begins with a study of African geography and history. The bulk of the course is then devoted to the study of present-day Africa, including ethnographic studies on language, literature, social organization, religion, politics and popular culture. The last unit of the class focuses on the causes and consequences of Africa's current upheavals and humanitarian crises.
- General Education Requirement Fulfillment: Social Sciences; World Engagement: CV, PDE
- Offering: Fall
- Instructor: Millen