AMST 4434

AMST 4434

Course information provided by the Courses of Study 2022-2023.

In this course, we examine the role that law and language, as mutually constitutive mediating systems, occupy in constructing ethnoracial identity in the United States. We will approach law from a critical anthropological perspective, as a signifying and significant sociocultural system, rather than as an objective structure of rational rules and processes, to consider how legal norms, procedures, and discourses inform other processes of sociocultural production and reproduction, thus contributing to the creation and maintenance of differential power relations. We will draw on anthropological, linguistic, and critical race theory as well as ethnographic and legal material to guide and document our analyses.

When Offered Spring.

Distribution Category (CA-AS, SCD-AS)

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Syllabi: none
  • 17255 AMST 4434   SEM 101

    • F McGraw Hall 215
    • Jan 23 - May 9, 2023
    • Santiago-Irizarry, V

  • Instruction Mode: In Person