Anthropology of Roots and Rooting
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Credit Hours:
3

In this course “roots” and “rooting” are summoned as metaphors for re-territorialization and cultural revitalization among indigenous peoples, refugees, and immigrants whose senses of place may be undermined in a globalizing world. This course explores the scholarship on sensory memory and embodiment and examines/practices sensuous conservation through gardens and food.

Prerequisites:
ANTH 1102 or ANTH 2120H
Semester Offered:
Spring
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