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Fall 2014 Anthropology V3980 section 001
NATIONALISM

Call Number 64289
Day & Time
Location
T 2:10pm-4:00pm
401 Hamilton Hall
Points 4
Approvals Required Instructor
Instructor Partha Chatterjee
Type SEMINAR
Course Description Prerequisites: the instructor's permission. Intended for seniors, but not necessarily anthropology majors. This course will cover the basic readings in the contemporary debate over nationalism. It will cover different disciplinary approaches and especially look at recent studies of nationalism in the formerly colonial world as well as in the industrial West. The readings will offer a mix of both theoretical and empirical studies. The readings include the following: 1) Eric Hobsbawm's Nationalism since 1780; 2) Ernest Gillner's Nations and Nationalism; 3) Benedict Anderson's Imagined Communities; 4) Anthony Smith's The Ethnic Origins of Nations; 5) Linda Coley's Britons; 6) Peter Sahlins's Boundaries; and 7) Partha Chatterjee's The Nation and Its Fragments. 
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Department Anthropology
Enrollment 15 students as of 7:37PM Sunday, August 31, 2014
Subject Anthropology
Number V3980
Section 001
Division Interschool
Open To Columbia College, Engineering and Applied Science: Undergraduate, General Studies, School of Continuing Education, Global Programs, Barnard
Campus Morningside
Note STUDENTS MUST REGISTER FOR A DISCUSSION SECTION, ANTH V3981
Section key 20143ANTH3980V001

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