ANT 326L • Cultures in Contact-W
12:30 PM-2:00 PM
Cultures in Contact" is a multi-disciplinary course which combines Historical, Anthropological, Geographical and Literary analyses of the continuing "contact period" in the New World. The issues addressed span the last 500+ years of cultural interaction in the Americas, looking especially at the processes of cultural interaction, competition, cooperation, and synthesis that have taken place among people from the Americas, Europe, Africa, and Asia.
A course packet of readings is available at Abel's Copies, 715 W. 23rd St., Suite D, in Towers Court, behind University Towers (bring a hardcopy of the syllabus, a packet "ticket," or your UT fee receipt as proof of enrollment). Peter Nabokov (ed.) Native American Testimony is available at the UT Coop bookstore.