Heritage, Culture, and Memory
ANTH348 (Liberal Arts) Heritage, Culture, and Memory 3 hrs. 3 crs. An exploration of the political and cultural significance of Cultural Heritage Sites. Through case studies from around the world (with special emphasis on sites in Africa and its Diaspora), students will be led to interrogate the politics of historic preservation, and the complex set of motivations and decisions related to the identification, preservation, exhibition, and interpretation of heritage and culture. Preq: ANTH 101 or BLST 101. Coreq: ANTH 101 or BLST 101. Not open to students with credit in BLST 348. This course is cross listed with BLST 348.