AP/ANTH3420 3.0 M: Indigenous Minorities and Human Rights

Offered by: ANTH


Winter 2022





Calendar Description / Prerequisite / Co-Requisite

This course focuses on how nation states define majorities and minorities, and how such definitions are contested by populations striving for cultural, political and human rights. Questions include: How do people get classified as indigenous or aboriginal? How has globalization enhanced awareness of human rights? Course credit exclusion: AP/ANTH 3420 6.00.

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