Syllabi for courses in or related to Economic Anthropology
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- Analysis and Organization of Markets (Andres Marroquin Gramajo)
- Anthropological Perspectives on Global Issues (Richard Robbins)
- Anthropology and Development (Richard Wilk)
- Anthropology of Economic Life (Mette High)
- Anthropology of Exchange, Money, and Markets (Rebecca Prentice)
- Culture, Political Economy, and Leadership (Andres Marroquin Gramajo)
- Cultures and the Global System (Stefanie Berganini)
- Economic Anthropology (Richard Wilk)
- Economic Anthropology (Karl Rambo)
- Economic Anthropology (Michael Chibnik)
- Economic Anthropology (Jeffrey Cohen)
- Economic Anthropology (Bram Tucker)
- Economic Anthropology and Studies on Indigenous (“Tribal”/”Adivasis” Ethnic) Communities (B.R.Shyamala Devi)
- Economic Ethnography (Andres Marroquin Gramajo)
- Economics, Culture, and Social Change (Andres Marroquin Gramajo)
- Economies and Culture (Elizabeth Ferry)
- Global Consumer Culture (Richard Wilk)
- Seminar in Economic Anthropology (Christian Wells)
- Global Political Economy (Thomas Love)
- The Anthropology of Financial Markets (Andres Marroquin Gramajo)
- Wealth, Poverty, and International Aid (Nora Haenn)
- Decolonizing/decanonizing Economic Anthropology
This document has been compiled from a list of recommendations from SEA members and friends following a call for “resources and anthropological perspectives on the ‘economy’—beyond our already well established ‘dead white guy, educated in the west’ canon.” The list includes recommendations for new historical “ancestors” and contemporary authors with diverse perspectives. It also includes resources that can help our students to understand the essential role that economics and economic policy have played in racial and ethnic oppression, regardless of the author’s ancestry and positionality.
This document has been compiled from a list of recommendations from SEA listserv members in reply to a request for readings about the lived experiences of poverty. If you would like to suggest additional resources, please email Bram Tucker (firstname.lastname@example.org).
- Kinship/Reciprocity and Work/Labor
This document has been compiled from a list of recommendations from SEA members and friends following a call for “literature on kinship and/or reciprocity & work and/or labor.” If you would like to suggest additional resources for this document, please email the SEA webmaster at email@example.com.
Suggested assignments and activities:
The ever-generous members of the SEA, in response to a list-serv inquiry, offered suggestions for classroom activities and assignments for undergraduate courses in economic anthropology. Those responses have been complied by Charles Dolph in this PDF file. LINK