Folklore C262B - Theories of Traditionality and Modernity
UC Berkeley Spring 2016
- This seminar explores the emergence of notions of tradition and modernity and their reproduction in Eurocentric epistemologies and political formations. It uses work by such authors as Anderson, Butler, Chakrabarty, Clifford, Derrida, Foucault, Latour, Mignolo, Pateman, and Poovey to critically reread foundational works published between the 17th century and the present--along with philosophical texts with which they are in dialogue--in terms of how they are imbricated within and help produce traditionalities and modernities. Also listed as Anthropology C262B.
- Three hours of seminar per week.
- Graduate standing or consent of instructor.
- Course may be repeated for credit with different topic and different instructor.
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