Who Owns the Past: Perspectives on Ethics in Anthropology

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Course Title

Who Owns the Past: Perspectives on Ethics in Anthropology

Institution Where Taught

Florida State University

Web Address (URL)

http://registrar.fsu.edu/bulletin/undergraduate/departments/anthropology/

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Course Number

IFS 3126

Course Description

This course surveys ethical issues from a four-field approach, addressing past and current ethical questions in Archaeology, Cultural Anthropology, Physical Anthropology, and Linguistics. Students are expected to think critically and build their own opinions based on lectures, articles, and class discussions for each topic.

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No

Notes

Course description available on the Anthropology department undergraduate bulletin. Please contact department for further information.

Additional tags: four-field approach; ethical issues in anthropology; general ethics

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