ANTC34H3 The Anthropology of Transnationalism

This course considers dimensions of transnationalism as a mode of human sociality and site for cultural production. Topics covered include transnational labour migration and labour circuits, return migration, the transnational dissemination of electronic imagery, the emergence of transnational consumer publics, and the transnational movements of refugees, kinship networks, informal traders and religions.

Prerequisite: 

[ ANTB19H3 and ANTB20H3] or [any 8.0 credits in ANT, HLT, IDS, CIT, GGR, POL, SOC or HCS courses]

Enrolment Limits: 
60
Breadth Requirements: 
Social & Behavioural Sciences