Race, Racism, and Human Variation in Global Perspective

Anthropology 416

Usual Description

The belief that the inborn characteristics of groups of people are responsible for differences in achievement, among other things, between them is present in one form or another in every society. In this seminar we will use a four-fields approach (biological and cultural) to examine both the underlying patterns of human biological variation as well as the varied manifestations of race and racism today. Case studies will be drawn from across the globe.

Course Listings

These are all of the listings of this course recorded in the Oberlin course catalog since the fall of 2007.

Listing Semester Professor
Anthropology 416
Anthropology 416
Anthropology 416 Taught by Baron Pineda
Anthropology 416 Taught by Baron Pineda
Anthropology 416 Taught by Baron Pineda
Anthropology 416 Taught by Baron Pineda