ANTC80H3 Race and Racism: Anthropological Insights

This course explores ideas of race and racist practice, both past and present. Socio-cultural perspectives on race and racism must address a central contradiction: although biological evidence suggests that racial categories are not scientifically valid, race and racism are real social phenomena with real consequences. In order to address this contradiction, the course will examine the myriad ways that race is produced and reproduced, as well as how racism is perpetuated and sustained.

Prerequisite: 
Enrolment Limits: 
60
Breadth Requirements: 
Social & Behavioural Sciences