ANT 431 GLOBALIZATION/TRANSBORDERISM
An exploration of the processes of globalization, transnationalism, and transborderism. Connections are made between local and global forces affecting mobility. Methods training and off-campus research are core components of this course. While research focuses on the local community, the course includes ethnographic examples and analysis from around the world.
Students participating in the foreign language section will receive one additional credit hour, pass/not passed marking.
Cross Listed Courses
This is the same course as SPA 431
Two Mode E courses or permission of the instructor.
Enrollment limited to 16 students.