ANT 392Q • Introduction to Graduate Anthropology- Intro to Feminist Anthropology and Archaeology
2:00 PM-5:00 PM
This seminar considers the history and contemporary practice of feminist anthropology and archeology. After a survey of the impact of first, second, and third wave feminism within anthropology, we will turn to contemporary topics including intersections between race, ethnicity, class, and gender; gendered analyses of history, colonialism and material culture; social and physical reproduction; feminist methodologies, including ethnography; and postcolonial studies of power, marginality, and resistance. This course counts as a core course for graduate students in Anthropology.