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ANT 430

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War is ubiquitous. This course seeks to critically understand a fundamental aspect of our increasingly interconnected global present through examining the question war. We will draw on works from different disciplines (anthropology, history, critical theory, fiction, political science, American Studies), and we will constantly move across them, as we seek to understand how war is conceptualized by different intellectual traditions and experienced by multiple actors. In doing so, we will focus primarily, but not exclusively on the US and the Middle East.
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Section S01