Situated Research

Comparative American Studies 300

Usual Description

This field-based methods course integrates seminar discussion of methodologies and theory with field research to explore issues of power and hierarchical cultural formations. Weekly fieldwork in an internship and texts pertaining to interpersonal relations in American culture will provide the foundation for projects and written assignments. Students will present, discuss, and engage with methodological, theoretical, and ethical questions arising from field research and work with the instructor in writing an analytical close-reading of cultural formations.

Areas of Interest
United States
United States
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
Comparative American Studies 300 Taught by Gina Perez
Comparative American Studies 300
Comparative American Studies 300 Taught by Evangeline Heiliger
Comparative American Studies 300
Comparative American Studies 300 Taught by Gina Perez
Comparative American Studies 300 Taught by Gina Perez
Comparative American Studies 300 Taught by Gina Perez
Comparative American Studies 300
Comparative American Studies 300 Taught by Gina Perez