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SPAN-538 Exploring Ethnographic Writing
Fall for 2013-2014
This course is meant to provide graduate students with a general introduction to the problems inherent in writing ethnography, drawing upon a range of styles of ethnographic writing from different time periods, covering different issues in a variety of world areas, and highlighting some of the differences in national anthropologies. Although the course is geared in large part to graduate students in Spanish and Portuguese, as preparation for the Ethnography portion of the MA examination, it will be offered in English in the interests of stimulating interdisciplinary exchange with students from other departments, such as History or Latin American Studies, as well as advanced Anthropology undergraduates. Reading knowledge and oral comprehension of spoken Spanish is required; course will take a bilingual format.
**This course is open to Graduate students only**
Credits: 3.0
Prerequisites: None
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