ANTH 317 - Anthropology of Human Rights

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Human rights from the perspective of cultural anthropology through its theoretical and practical dimensions. Contemporary human rights debates within the context of cultural plurality in a globalized world. Engages the intersection between global dynamics and community experiences by addressing the human rights dimensions of refugees and migration, indigenous communities, women and children, health, religious practices, among others.

Prerequisite

ANTH 100 (Introduction to Cultural Anthropology) or ANTH 200 (Cultures and the Global System).

Instructors

Teresa Tellechea

(970) 310-9137 | teresa.tellechea@colostate.edu

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