Jun 13, 2024  
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ANTH 2250 - Wealth, Money, and Power: Anthropology of Capitalism and Beyond


(3) Credit Hours

This course introduces students to anthropological frameworks for understanding economic processes. Taking a cross-cultural approach, the course will explore how different societies produce resources, how these resources are distributed, and how the creation and distribution of these resources reflect, reinforce, or undermine sociality, power, and social hierarchies. Topics include different forms of currency, neoliberalism, globalization, work/labor dynamics, and ethnographies of capitalism.Prerequisites: ANTH 1200  or department head approval.



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