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ANTHRO 312: Time Travel: Pasts, Places, and Possibilities

Is the past dead or alive? Where do we find it? What possibilities emerge when we encounter it? This course explores how people think and live with history in the present, how different places can harbor different times, and how movement between them can create the effect of time travel. By combining anthropological and historical approaches to time and temporality, students will learn how to build temporally capacious perspectives that transcend and unsettle commonplace divisions such as medieval-modern, colonial-postcolonial, and imperial-national.nPre-requisite by instructor consent.
Terms: Win | Units: 5
Instructors: Yolacan, S. (PI)
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