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2015-2016 Catalog

A&S 208 Mapping Identities: Race, Ethnicity, & Residential Segregation in 1920’s Easton, PA

This course offers students an introduction to anthropological understandings of race, ethnicity, and class and mapping methodologies while conducting concentrated hands-on research on an Easton neighborhood, Syrian Town, circa 1920. Students will learn by doing: theories of race, class, and ethnic relations will be elucidated through their analysis and mapping of census sheets from 1920. [GM1]

Prerequisite

A&S 102 or A&S 103 or permission of instructor

Instructor

Smith/Clark