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AN 220: Anthropology of Development

Professor: Hillary Jeanne Haldane
Credits: 3

American students are often asked to consider how they can change the world. In this class, we turn the question on its head: how can the world change you? You will explore the pros and cons of social, political and economic development, as well as have the opportunity to design your own research to analyze the issues covered in class. You will learn how to write a grant proposal, honing important persuasive writing skills, demonstrate your critical thinking abilities, and articulate a question that is meaningful to you.

  • This course is offered every Spring semester