16:070:549 Culture and Capitalism

3 credits
Course Description: Explores historical and contemporary efforts to analyze the relationship between culture and capitalism. Relevant theories and critical readings of current ethnographies. Topcis include commoditization, modernity, colonialism, postcoloniality, production and reproduction, and social differences.

Most Recent Syllabus:
pdf 549 Fall 2014, Hodgson (113 KB)


Departmental Chair
Ryne Palombit
Office Hours virtual, by appointment

Graduate Director
Erin Vogel
Office Hours virtual, Monday 2:30-4, by appointment

Graduate Assistant
Safiena Salaman