INTL 455/ANTH 455 Anthropology of Development and Globalization Semester course; 3 lecture hours. 3 credits. Prerequisite: INTL 101. May be taken for a maximum of nine credit hours in three different world areas. Consists of a global study of the developing Third World with particular emphasis on rural populations, subsistence farmers, indigenous groups and small entrepreneurs. Focuses on development and globalization while providing insights into the peasantry as a class, women in peasant societies, changes in peasant societies and the peasantry as a player in the policies of the modern state.
CHS List I, Low cost materials, Hybrid-asynchronous instruct, On-Campus Billing Rate, Cross-listed section