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CULTURAL ANTHROPOLOGY
ANTROPOLOGIA CULTURALE


Corso magistrale

A.Y. Credits
2016/2017 8
Lecturer Mail Office hours for students
Francesca Declich
Teaching in foreign languages
Course with optional materials in a foreign language English Spanish
This course is entirely taught in Italian. Study materials can be provided in the foreign language and the final exam can be taken in the foreign language.

Assigned to the Degree Course

Foreign languages and intercultural studies (LM-37)
Curriculum: TEFLI - CIDI
Giorno Orario Aula

Learning Objectives

The course aims to bring students to anthropological knowledge of the subject of mobility of populations in the previous context to the formation of nations and in the current context transnational.

Program

The monographic course for students who attend will focus on the topics "Cultural exchanges and migration. From the example of the western Indian to the present day"; students will receive a syllabus with texts through which they can explore the themes of the course in English.

Bridging Courses

The course includes the study of a manual that introduces advanced topics in anthropology and field research.

Learning Achievements (Dublin Descriptors)

- Knowledge in the field of anthropology of migration and refugee studies that go beyond the basic information;
- Theoretical knowledge on the most debated issues in the anthropological debate;
- Ability to read and understand correctly ethnographies in their meanings;
- Ability to apply knowledge of an ethnographic case.

Teaching Material and Supporting Activities

During the semester a series of seminars are planned every year: "Seminar of Ethnology and Anthropology in honor of Margaret Mead and Elizabeth Colson" or "Seminars in Anthropology and History of Africa."  The seminars involve presentation of research carried out by researchers and professors from other universities. Students are strongly encouraged to partecipate.

The course will use the e-learning platform Moodle. It is strongly suggested that students acquire the institutional email which is essential to access the Moodle platform.



The teaching material prepared by the lecturer (such as for instance slides, lecture notes, exercises) and specific communications from the lecturer can be found, together with other supporting activities, inside the Moodle platform › blended.uniurb.it

Didactics, Attendance, Course Books and Assessment

Didactics

Lectures and seminars. Students will receive a syllabus. Through the articles proposed they can explore the themes of the course in English. Some parts of the course will be seminars in which you students will present to the class. Those who attend can prepare essays on assigned topics as part of the examination.

Attendance

Attendance is not mandatory, Those who attend at least 75% of the classes will study a book less, with the exception of textbooks. The attendance is verified through attendance signatures.

Course books

For all students a textboox:

Mariano Pavanello, Fare Antropologia, Bologna, Zanichelli.

For all students a light reading

Rachael Carson, 1999, Primavera silenziosa, Feltrinelli, oppure, Vandana Shiva, 2015, Chi nutrirà il mondo, Feltrinelli

For students of students of languages:

1) Alessandro Duranti, Antropologia del linguaggio, Meltemi, Roma, oppure, Piergiorgio Cardona, Introduzione all'etnolinguistica, Il Mulino, Bologna
2) David Van Reybrouck, Congo, Feltrinellii, Milano.
3) Stefano Liberti, Land Grabbing, Minimumfax

For students of humanistic sciences:

1) Alessandro Duranti, Antropologia del linguaggio, Meltemi, Roma, oppure, Piergiorgio Cardona, Introduzione all'etnolinguistica, Il Mulino, Bologna
2) David Van Reybrouck, Congo, Feltrinellii, Milano.
3) Vanessa Maher, Questioni di etnicità, Rosemberg and Sellier

Assessment

Oral examination. The examination is to verify the ability to present complex issues exhaustively in oral form. If in the conditions you can take a written examination.

Additional Information for Non-Attending Students

Didactics

Reading of all books prescribed before the oral examination.

Attendance

Attendance is not mandatory

Course books

For all students a textboox:

Mariano Pavanello, Fare Antropologia, Bologna, Zanichelli.

For all students a light reading

Rachael Carson, 1999, Primavera silenziosa, Feltrinelli, oppure, Vandana Shiva, 2015, Chi nutrirà il mondo, Feltrinelli

For students of students of languages:

1) Alessandro Duranti, Antropologia del linguaggio, Meltemi, Roma, oppure, Piergiorgio Cardona, Introduzione all'etnolinguistica, Il Mulino, Bologna
2) David Van Reybrouck, Congo, Feltrinellii, Milano.
3) Stefano Liberti, Land Grabbing, Minimumfax

For students of humanistic sciences:

1) Alessandro Duranti, Antropologia del linguaggio, Meltemi, Roma, oppure, Piergiorgio Cardona, Introduzione all'etnolinguistica, Il Mulino, Bologna
2) David Van Reybrouck, Congo, Feltrinellii, Milano.
3) Vanessa Maher, Questioni di etnicità, Rosemberg and Sellier

Assessment

Oral examination. The examination is to verify the ability to present complex issues exhaustively in oral form. If in the conditions you can take a written examination.

Notes

The student can request to sit the final exam in [French/English/Spanish...] with an alternative bibliography.

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