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ISLA 393. Action-oriented Ethnography. 4 units

Term Typically Offered: SP

Development of knowledge and skills needed to conduct original action-oriented ethnographic research. Grounded in the reflexive 'turn' in anthropology and critical race, science, technology and society, queer and feminist studies, students will engage questions of authority, representation, critical consciousness and justice. 4 lectures. Prerequisite: Junior standing, completion of GE Areas A and D3; and one of the following: ANT 201, ANT 202, ANT 250, ISLA 123, any ES course, or any WGS course. Crosslisted as ANT/ISLA 393.