ANT477H1: Transnational Korea in and outside the Peninsula

Previous Course Number: 
ANT377H1
Hours: 
24S

This course addresses reading ethnography as a tool to understand compressed and complex modernity such as Korean societies, both in and outside of the Korean peninsula. In particular, this course aims to develop students’ critical thinking on class, ethnicity, gender, family, and migration in Korea and diasporic societies of Koreans in Canada, China, Japan, and US.

Prerequisite: 

ANT207H1 and at least one 300+ course in social sciences and humanities

Exclusion: 
Distribution Requirements: 
Social Science
Breadth Requirements: 
Society and its Institutions (3)