ANTH:322 Visual Anthropology: Imagining the Other.

Explores key interrelationships between image-making and ethnographic discovery and representation. Students are introduced to the history of ethnographic film and photography and are also given the analytical tools to read popular films and photographs as cultural texts. The course focuses on the production, representation and use of images to communicate information about cultural-historical processes, events and subjects. Prerequisite: ANTH:162, SOCI:101 or permission of instructor. 4 SH.