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LectureMWMarch17-19 - Ant302/Spring 2008 Instructor Marte...

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Ant302/Spring 2008 Instructor: Marte Formation of communities  (from networks to nation-states) Readings-Feedback Chapter  14 Key concepts definitions & reactions to readings 0. Questions or difficulties with readings, project, etc  [2 minutes max.] Write your name, fold & pass your paper to the front Chapter 14 focus on pages 347-352 Intersectional Theory 0. Social categories &  identities are multiply and simultaneously imposed,  performed & experienced by individuals  (gender/sexuality/race/class/ethnicity/nationality/age) 1. Intersectional model reveals subtle workings of intersecting oppressions &  hegemonies, but also permit to recognize differences as resources for  alliances rather than liabilities  2. It also help us understand socio-cultural & historical complexities in the  performance of subjectivities;  requires looking at situational strategies we  use to deal with different socio-cultural boundaries and how these change  in time
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Ant302/Spring 2008 Instructor: Marte Solidarity 3. Forms of alliance 4. Fellowship & interdependence 5. Cooperation & sense of belonging 6. Can be prescribed or by choice
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