240508 VO Theorizing locality in Anthropology (P2) (2021S)
Classes (iCal) - next class is marked with N
The course will start digital. If the Covid regulations allow it, it will change to on-site or hybrid.
Information about the lecture rooms will then follow in time.
Aims, contents and method of the course
Assessment and permitted materials
Minimum requirements and assessment criteria
90-100 %= 1
77-89 %= 2
64-76 %= 3
51-63 %= 4
0-50 % = 5Written exams will be evaluated according to the following criteria:
-language and style (spelling and grammar)
-demonstration of a thorough understanding of the readings discussed in class
-selection of the literature (choice of relevant readings, accuracy of the citations and arguments)
-clarity of arguments
-critical thinking and originality
John Wiley & Sons, 83-109.Postill, J. (2008). “Localizing the internet beyond communities and networks.” New Media & Society 10(3): 413-431.Said, E. W. (2000). “Invention, memory, and place.” Critical inquiry 26(2): 175-192.Wolf, Eric R. (1982). Europe and the people without history, Berkeley, California: University of California Press. Introduction to Part One: Connections.