ANTH 449 - Community Development from the Ground Up

  • 3 credits

Participatory methods in the monitoring and evaluation of development projects, where multiple stakeholders are involved in the process.

Development as an economic process of wealth accumulation, as well as a socio-political process of empowerment.

This course can be applied toward:

Prerequisite

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

Instructors

Patrick Dorion

patrick.dorion@colostate.edu

Patrick Dorion is an applied anthropologist and adjunct professor of anthropology at Colorado State University. Recently he concluded a year-long project working with the Ute Mountain Ute tribe and the U.S. Department of Justice for the Byrne Criminal Justice Grant. His research interests center on economic anthropology and non-market economies; social and criminal justice; and participatory community development approaches. He teaches Cultures in the Global System, Indigenous Peoples of North America, and introductory courses in cultural anthropology.

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