ANTH658 - DISCOURSE RSRCH SEM

This seminar explores the interface between discourse, culture, and social processes. It is designed for graduate students in anthropology and related disciplines who (1) wish to study the current literature in linguistic anthropology concerned with discourse-centered approaches to culture; and (2) themselves have or will acquire during the semester discourse materials (texts, recordings, ethnographic data, etc.) that they wish to analyze from an anthropological point view. The instructor will spend time discussing his own past and current research. Class sessions will also include discussion of the writings of contemporary anthropologists investigating culture through discourse. The seminar is designed for maximum flexibility in accommodating students' research interests and needs.
Section 301 - SEM - DISCOURSE-CENTERED RESEARCH SEMINAR
W 0300PM-0600PM
URBAN, GREGORY
UNIVERSITY MUSEUM 410