|Course Title||Anthropology of China|
|Department||East Asian Studies|
|Instructor||Rubie S. Watson|
|Time And Days||TTh 10:00-11:30|
|Room Location||Gest 102|
|Additional Course Info||SO I|
Cross-listed in Anthropology
One course in ANTH or EAST.
Recent work on the anthropology of China will be the focus of this course. Readings and discussion will emphasize issues of socio-cultural, economic, and political change from the early decades of the twentieth century to the present. Special attention will be given to family and gender, religious practice and belief, revolution and reform, migration, consumption and materialism, and individualism and civil society. Students will be asked to reflect on the relationship between political-economic change and changes in social formations.
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