ANTH 561. Indigenous Development in Latin America. 3 Hours AE42 / S.

Surveys the history of the development enterprise since WWII, examines the marginalization and impoverishment of Latin America's indigenous peoples, and provides training to carry out projects for and with them to enhance their quality of life. Development is understood as not merely technological or economic, but also social, emotional, and educational. Students work in teams to design their own mock development project. A 3-credit non-obligatory companion course, Applied Anthropological Field School among the Ch'orti' Maya, will follow in the intersession after each version of this course. (Same as LAA 561.) Prerequisite: ANTH 100, ANTH 108, ANTH 160 or LAA 100; or consent of instructor. LEC.

Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of General Studies in African and African-American Studies

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...Languages of Africa AAAS/ANTH 372 Religion, Power...Discourses AAAS/HIST/POLS 561 Liberation in Southern...

Minor in Russian, East European, and Eurasian Studies

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...Literature and the Arts ANTH 315 The Prehistory...SLAV 534 Tolstoy SLAV 561 Readings in Slavic...