AP/ANTH4550 3.0 M: Cosmopolitanisms

Offered by: ANTH


Winter 2020


Cancelled: Course Delivery





Calendar Description / Prerequisite / Co-Requisite

The concept cosmopolitanism is used in this course to describe and examine a range of cultural practices and identity formations (past and present) that occur in situations marked by movement, cultural flows and mixing. The concept's history, multiple meanings and applications are explored as are the tensions that may arise as cosmopolitan identities and aspirations to 'openness' encounter tendencies toward 'closures' in identities grounded in nationalism, religion, ethnicity.

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