ANT 374 - Anthropology And Museums

Description
The course examines the evolving relationships between anthropology and museums. From functional, historical, material and aesthetic perspectives, the relationships between the cultural contexts of objects and museums will be explored. Case studies, guest lectures and site visits (virtual and real) will be used to demonstrate evolving theory, practice, law and ethical implications of collecting objects. Many of the logistical aspects of the museum including the laws and mission statements will also be examined.
Attributes
Global Learning
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Recent Semesters
Fall 2018, Fall 2017
Offered
MW
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