ANT 331 - People and Cultures of the Caribbean

An exploration of cultural diversities and continuities of the Caribbean region through ethnographic case studies. Topics include a historical overview, the role of slavery in the construction of these societies, and current issues: political economy, labor and migration, tourism, religion and resistance, kinship and the division of labor.

Prerequisite(s): LEP Critical Thinking, ANT 101 or 205 or SOC 100.

3 credit(s).

Last Term Offered: Fall 2017