240523 SE Selling/Consuming Ethnicity - Material culture in the context of anthropological debates (P4) (2017S)
- Registration is open from We 01.02.2017 00:01 to Mo 27.02.2017 23:59
- Deregistration possible until Mo 13.03.2017 23:59
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Aims, contents and method of the course
Assessment and permitted materials
+ individual quality of participation
+ written term paper (to be handed in until 31st of march 2017 latest)
Minimum requirements and assessment criteria
+ adequate course participation (attendance) (20%)
+ quality of course participation (30%)
+ qualitiy of term paper (50%)
MILLER, Daniel. (ed.). 2002. Consumption: critical concepts in the social sciences. Volumes 1-4. London, Routledge.
MILLER, Daniel. 2008. The comfort of things. Cambridge [u.a.], Polity.
DASTON, Lorraine. (ed.) 2004. Things that talk: object lessons from art and science. New York, NY, Zone Books.
EDWARDS, Elizabeth/ GOSDEN, Chris/ PHILLIPS, Ruth B. (2006). “Introduction” In: EDWARDS, Elizabeth et al. (eds.), Sensible Objects. Colonialism, Museums and Material Culture. Oxford & New York/ Berg Publishers: 1-31.
GRAVES-BROWN, Paul (2000). “Introduction” In: ders. (ed.), Matter, Materiality and Modern Culture. London & New York, Routledge: 1-9.
KALTMEIER, Olaf (2011) (Hrg.) Selling Ethnicity – Urban Cultural Politics in the Americas. Burlington, VT, Ashgate.
KOPYTOFF, Igor (2001). “The Cultural Biography of Things: Commoditization as Process” In: Miller, Daniel (ed.), Consumption - Critical Concepts in the Social Sciences, Vol. III [Disciplinary approaches to consumption]. London & New York, Routledge: 9-33.
MILLER, Daniel (2005). “Materiality: An Introduction” In: ders. (ed.), Materiality. Durham & London, Duke University Press: 1-50.