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SPAN-491 Ethnography: Colombian Conflict
Fall for 2014-2015
How is the Colombian conflict lived day-by-day by its protagonists—human rights activists, guerrillas, paramilitary, members of the military, poor urban dwellers, peasants? What can the ethnographic study of the everyday qualities of this conflict tell us, that we cannot learn from other approaches to the subject matterans? Colombian anthropologists, filmmakers, sociologists, and oral historians have endeavored over the past fifty years to document the impact of conflict on their own society. This course will explore their writings. Reading knowledge of Spanish is required for enrollment in this course.
Credits: 3.0
Prerequisites: None
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