Anthropology 115: Emerging Global Cultures
Time: MTWThF 3.00-6.45
Location: CL 204
Introduction to systems concepts and approach as a way to investigate the global impacts of industrial technology on political, economic, social and moral/psychological structures of humankind. Prerequisite: Completion of core GE, satisfaction of Writing Skills Test and upper division standing. For students who begin continuous enrollment at a CCC or a CSU in Fall 2005 or later, completion of, or corequisite in a 100W course is required. Notes: Recommended for behavioral science majors.
Here is where the various course documents for our class will be hosted.
- ONE [PPT]
- TWO [PPTX]
- THREE [PPT]
- FOUR [PPT]
- FIVE [PPT]
- SIX [PPT]
- SEVEN [PPTX]
- EIGHT -- Globalization at Work [PPT]
- NINE -- The History of Tourism [PPT]
- TEN -- Island Tourism [PPT]
- ELEVEN -- Transnationalism and Migration [PPT]
- TWELVE -- Agency and Identity [PPT]
- Global Restructuring of Value Chains [PDF]
- Fortun, Kim (2012). Ethnography in Late Industrialism. [PDF]
- "Anthropology and Colonialism." Current Anthropology 1973 14 (5): 581-602. [PDF]
- In Class Ethnographic Exercise [PPT]
- “Pacific Trash Vortex” [JPG]
- Syllabus [DOC]
This is where you will find information on the class assignments.