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University of North Carolina at Asheville    
 
    
 
  Oct 18, 2017
 
2017-2018 Catalog

ANTH 323 - Storied Anthropology

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By exploring the notion of humans as storytellers, students will investigate how different people use narratives, and examine the way stories are implicated in, among other things, gender, ritual, morality, and disruption. The course also considers the way anthropologists are the ultimate story-tellers, crafting ethnographies using traditional non-fiction ways and more alternative fictional and poetic means. Students create their storied projects using the Asheville community as our lab, discovering how communities use stories in unexpected ways. Fall.