ANTHRO 241

Culture, Power, Social Change

Description: Seminar, two hours. Cutting-edge research in sociocultural anthropology. Talks given by scholars from different universities around world and faculty and students from UCLA with discussion regularly attended by students and faculty from wide range of related departments in addition to anthropology. Additional discussions about recently published or unpublished manuscripts. Professionalization sessions for doctoral students. Topics of discussion vary from year to year. S/U grading.

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