Anth 351: Human Mobility: Studies in Migration
This course explores ancient and modern human migration, including where
population movement occurs, who is moving, and how we define individuals
and groups of migrants as adventurers, victims, invaders, and refugees.
Examples include the U.S. southern border, the Mediterranean Sea,
Mississippi, and other places on the landscape to understand human
mobility. We also study how anthropologists reconstruct mobility using
biological anthropology, archaeology, and linguistics.
- Lecture: Lecture for Anth 351
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