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2005-2006 Undergraduate Bulletin 
    
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ANTH 121 - (BH) Anthropology of the New World Order


Once a Year
Anthropologists study the formation of political processes from stateless and preindustrial state societies to the emergence of industrialism and most recently the “New World Order.” This course examines the political impact of changing modes of production, technological innovation and globalization, including the contemporary debates within anthropology over imperialism and terrorism.

Prerequisites & Notes
(Formerly Political Anthropology.)


Credits: 3 s.h.





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