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On the History and Political Economy of Knowledge Production in Western Anthropology

By

Maximilian C. Forte
Seminar Director for ANTH 630,
New Directions in Anthropological Research,
Dept. of Sociology & Anthropology,
Concordia University, Montreal, 2015
(Revised and updated, 2016)

Covering topics such as:
♦ Canadian Anthropology
♦ US
Anthropology and war
Imperialism and/in Anthropology
Anthropology and colonial rule
♦ US philanthropic foundations and Anthropology
Applied/Practical Anthropology
♦ Anthropology and science
♦ Decolonizing Anthropology
♦ Racism in US Anthropology
♦ Advocacy, militancy, objectivity
♦ Critiques of the culture concept

Histories of African, Asian, British, Canadian, German, Indian, Italian, Melanesian and other anthropologies
♦ Historical & political-economic roots of Anthropological practice
♦ North American Anthropology and Indigenous Peoples

Western Anthropology and Africa

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