AP/ANTH2220 3.0 M: Settler Colonialism to Multiculturalism

Offered by: ANTH


Winter 2022






Calendar Description / Prerequisite / Co-Requisite

This course focuses on the anthropology of settler colonialism and multiculturalism. Through ethnographic texts and visual documentaries, the course examines the relationship between settler colonialism, migration, multiculturalism, and Indigeneity. The course offers an introduction to theories of multiculturalism, co-existence, and nation-making.

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