ANT 4231 - Capstone: Magic and Modernity

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GEN ED: Capstone Experience Modernity is often characterized by a constellation of features such as rationality, objectivity, linear time, bureaucracy, and progress. Anthropology arose as a discipline of modernity. Yet many of the worlds that anthropologists study are enchanted worlds where the dead speak, ghosts act, and magic works. This seminar analyzes what happens when modernity meets such enchanted modes of human existence and explores how anthropology might grapple with the problem of using rational methods to understand magical worlds. Prerequisites: Senior standing and ANT 2215, 2221, 2230, and 3625. Students who have previously received credit for ANT 4230 may not enroll in or receive credit for ANT 4231.
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Gen Ed Capstone Experience
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Recent Semesters
Spring 2019, Spring 2018, Spring 2017
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4
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1