ANTH 107 - (BH, CC) Development, Conservation, and Indigenous PeoplesSemester Hours: 3
Once a year
Anthropological contributions to the understanding of indigenous
rights, forms of sustainable development, technology transfer and
biodiversity issues. The focus is on “indigenous peoples,” those
societies in place before contact with Western Civilization or
missionaries, and their current status. Application of applied
anthropological methods in international development agencies
(including World Bank, USAID, UNDP) and environmental organizations.
(Formerly Development, Conservation, and Indigenous Peoples in Applied
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