This guide supports the Winter 2012 session of ANTC34: The Anthropology of Trans-nationalism
We will conduct the course as a weekly seminar. Everybody's continuous participation is encouraged and recquired. All students are expected to have closely read the assigned texts and recquired readigns before the respective sessions and to be prepared to engage in class discussion. Each week a group of 3-4 students will team up to present on both the required and recommended readings and raise questions for further discussion. Please remember that effective participation also recquires good listening skills. Regular attendance is expected of all students.
Presentation Report 15%
3-5 pages, double-spaced, excluding cover page and bibliography. Each student will have ot prepare and submit a report of his or her presentation topic, to be submitted in class a week after the presentation. This is an individual effor that provides a summary as well as analysis of the readings and the debates/discussion raised in teh seminar.
6-8 double-spaced, excluding cover page and bibliography, with at least 5 academic references. You will be expected to come up with your own question, which covers one or more of the themes covered within this course (to be approved by the instructor first). You also have to write your essay on a topic other htan your presentation topic. The papers will be assessed with respect to clarity, argument, research skills, and style.
Final Exam 40%
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