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ANT 150 - Comparative American Slavery

(4 credits)
Survey of the institutions of slavery in the world's societies, with an anthropological approach to the comparative analysis of slavery and its congeners across cultural, historical, and social backgrounds. Topics include the role of status and power in human societies, the definition of slavery and servitude, the philosophy of slavery, ideologies of abolition, society after slavery, indigenous concepts of social classification, etc. Societies surveyed include those of the northwest coast of native North America, the Caribbean, the Middle East, the South Pacific, Korea, India, Southeast Asia, etc. Social Science.


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