Sep 21, 2021  
2020-2021 Catalogue 
    
2020-2021 Catalogue [ARCHIVED CATALOGUE]

ANT 325 - Anthropology of Doing Good: Human Rights, Development, and Humanitarianism (1)

This course will offer a critical look at what is thought of as “doing good” (particularly from an international perspective). Over the course of the block we will examine both the underlying assumptions of so-called do-gooder work and the practical problems of creating change. We will look at the work often characterized as doing good:  development, humanitarianism, NGO work, state-building, democratic reforms, UN mandates, peacekeeping, also charity and religious work. Prerequisite: ANT 101  and one course in ANT or SOC at the 200 level or above. This course is pre-approved for transcript notation in the Ingenuity in Action category, Civic Engagement. To participate and earn notation of completion on your transcript, please complete the Ingenuity in Action application.
(Social Science)