ANT416H1: Archaeology of Ritual and Identity

Hours: 
24L

This course offers a comparative survey of archaeological approaches to ritual practice as it relates to identity politics, personhood, and the negotiation of power relations in past societies. An important goal of the seminar is to introduce students to social theories on the inherent materiality of ritual performance, whether orchestrated in everyday practice or in elaborate religious and political spectacles.

Prerequisite: 

ARH305H1 and one of ANT100Y1/​ ANT200Y1/​ ANT356H1

Distribution Requirements: 
Social Science
Breadth Requirements: 
Thought, Belief and Behaviour (2)