Sociocultural Anthropology

Nelson H. Graburn

Contact E-MAIL: OFFICE HOURS By appointment, Thursdays and Fridays are the best times

Stefania Pandolfo

Contact OFFICE: 201 Anthropology and Art Practice Building (Formely Known As Kroeber Hall) E-MAIL: PHONE: 642-9229 OFFICE HOURS Thursday 12 to 3 pm By appointment via online sign up sheet. Students will need to email Professor Pandolfo to get the link to sign up.

Xin Liu

Contact OFFICE: 301 Anthropology and Art Practice Building (Formely Known As Kroeber Hall) E-MAIL: PHONE: 510 858 5173 OFFICE HOURS
Wednesdays 12:00PM - 2:00PM;
2:00PM - 3:00PM by appointment

189 001: Disability, Ethnography, and Design

Instructor: Karen Nakamura

Term: Fall 2019

Time: Tu, Th 12:30 pm – 1:59 pm

Room: 101 2251 College

This course explores disability worlds in the Bay Area through the ethnographic field methods, visual anthropology, and design anthropology. What does it mean to be disabled? How are disability organizations in the Bay Area trying to accomplish social and political change? What is the disability world? Through close participant observation and iterative design, students will work closely with...

189 002: Vulnerability, Adaptation, and Resilience: Critical Perspectives on Global Climate Change

Instructor: Sarah Vaughn and Stephen Collier

Term: Fall 2019

Time: Tu, Th 3:30 pm – 5:00 pm

Room: Wurster 106

Various topics covering current research theory, method; issues of social and cultural concern; culture change, conflict, and adaptation. May combine more than one subdiscipline of Anthropology.

Requirements Class Fulfills:

Meets Social & Behavioral Sciences, L&S Breadth

196: Reimagining Asia-America

Instructor: Aihwa Ong

Term: Fall 2019

Time: M 2:00pm -4 :00pm

Room: 317 Kroeber

How did we get from the "warrior woman" and "model minority" to "Southeast Asian refugees" and "crazy rich Asians"? How do the imagination, understanding and politics of Asia American and Asian-American shift over time and space? What are the political, economic, and cultural stakes in re-imaginations of what is "Asian" in contemporary times?

Selected ethnographies, novels, and films will be read as dynamic...

157: Anthropology of Law

Instructor: Laura Nader

Term: Fall 2019

Time: Tu, Th 11:00 am - 12:29 pm

Units: 4

Comparative survey of the ethnography of law; methods and concepts relevant to the comparative analysis of the forms and functions of law.

Requirements Course Fulfills

Social & Behavioral Sciences, L&S Breadth

Carceral Geographies Course Thread

Law & Humanities Course Thread

Saba Mahmood

Contact OFFICE: 117 Kroeber E-MAIL: PHONE: 664-4497 OFFICE HOURS: On sabbatical Please sign up on the sheet posted at the door of my office to schedule a meeting time with me in advance.