ANTH 325 A: Indigenous Knowledge and Public Health in Mexican and Latinx Origin Communities

Spring 2021
Meeting:
MW 1:30pm - 3:20pm / * *
SLN:
10324
Section Type:
Lecture
Joint Sections:
CHSTU 322 A
Instructor:
ASYNCHRONOUS AND SYNCHRONOUS ACCESS OFFERED VIA REMOTE LEARNING
Catalog Description:
Critical medical anthropologies of public health through environmental justice/decolonial methods and groundings in ethnoscientific knowledge. Forces impinging on 'racialized' health regimes in Mexican/Latinx communities through study of structural violence, historical trauma and related disparities and inequities. Emphasis on healthcare and caring labor via decolonial critiques of settler colonialism, commodification, and indigenous survivance. Recommended: CHSTU 101 or ANTH 215. Offered: jointly with CHSTU 322; W.
GE Requirements Met:
Diversity (DIV)
Social Sciences (SSc)
Credits:
5.0
Status:
Active
Last updated:
May 23, 2024 - 5:13 pm