|Module code||APL 310|
|Faculty||Faculty of Humanities|
This module considers the colonial histories of anthropology in Africa and their impact on traditions of knowledge production in the discipline to propose a decolonised anthropology. It does so by critically reflecting on old and contemporary ethnographies from and about the African continent and pays particular attention to ethnographic methods, politics of representation, reflexivity, power and identity as pertinent questions to establish a decolonised anthropology. Students in this module are encouraged to imagine a decolonised anthropology in and for Africa.
|Prerequisites||APL 210 GS|
|Contact time||1 tutorial per week, 2 lectures per week|
|Language of tuition||Module is presented in English|
|Department||Anthropology, Archaeology and Development Studies|
|Period of presentation||Semester 1|
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