AN 3520 - Economic Anthropology
Explores the production and exchange of material goods in food-foraging, tribal, chiefdom and state societies. Examines both formal economic and anthropological economic theories in order to understand non-Western exchange systems as well as Western industrialization, modernization and development and their impact on both traditional and developing societies. Case studies illustrate the wide variety of economies and their accompanying systems of social and symbolic relations. Fall of even years. Prerequisite(s): AN 2210 or SO 2220.
*All course information is from the 2014-2015 Catalog.