Readings In Radical Anthropology: Utopian and Political (Science) Fiction

School of Consciousness and Transformation ANTH 6297 1.00

In this course students will read radical, eccentric, and exciting literature, and discuss the work of radical, interesting, and eccentric thinkers. From anthropology of non-state spaces, to utopian science fiction, and from radical fiction, non-fiction, and revolutionary memoirs, all the way back to some of the most interesting questions related to the notion of indigenous governance, temporary autonomous zones, and French critical geography. This is a one unit course, open to students from all levels. Priority to ANTH students

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