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Anthropology, Citizenship and Human Rights (1 º Sem 2016/2017)

Code: 02073
Acronym: 02073
Level: 2nd Cycle
Basic: No
Teaching Language(s): English
Friendly languages:
Be English-friendly or any other language-friendly means that UC is taught in a language but can either of the following conditions:
1. There are support materials in English / other language;
2. There are exercises, tests and exams in English / other language;
3. There is a possibility to present written or oral work in English / other language.
1 6.0 0.0 h/sem 20.0 h/sem 0.0 h/sem 0.0 h/sem 0.0 h/sem 0.0 h/sem 1.0 h/sem 21.0 h/sem 129.0 h/sem 0.0 h/sem 150.0 h/sem
Since year 2014/2015
Pre-requisites
Objectives
Program 1. Introdução ao seminário. Objetivos, metodologia, avaliação.
2. Antropologia. Para uma antropologia Pública?
2.1. Definição e escopo
2.2. Cruzando fronteiras autoimpostas
2.3. Preocupações críticas e reformulação de dilemas actuais
3. Sociedades contemporâneas: os desafios cruciais
3.1. A política de cidadania
3.2. A antropologia da cidadania
3.3. Cidadania e direitos humanos
4. Viver entre fronteiras
4.1. refugiados
4.2. exilados
4.3. sem-abrigo
4.4. tráfego humano
Evaluation Method Assessment includes class attendance and participation (20%) and the presentation and debate of one topic of the syllabus.
The final paper consists of the analysis of one of the topics debated in the seminar (50%).
Teaching Method The seminar combines lectures and debates based on selected texts.
Teaching is substantially grounded on the instructor?s long-term fieldworks.
Experts in specific areas may be invited to collaborate with the instructor.
Observations
Basic Bibliographic Balibar,Étienne,1991,?Citizen Subject?,in Who Comes After the Subject?,Ed. E. Cadava,P. Connor & Jean-Luc Nancy,33?57,New York,Routledge;
Das,Veena and Deborah Poole,eds.,2004.Anthropology in the Margins of the State,New Delhi,OUP;
Freeman,Michael,2009,Human Rights: An Interdisciplinary Approach,London,Polity Press;
Hindess,Barry. 2005,?Citizenship and Empire?,in Sovereign Bodies:Citizens,Migrants,and States in the Postcolonial World,edited by T. B. Hansen and F. Stepputat,241?256. Princeton:Princeton University Press;
Isin,Engin F.,and Bryan S. Turner,2007,?Investigating Citizenship: An Agenda for Citizenship Studies?,in Citizenship Studies 11 (1): 5 ?17;
ONG,Aihwa,2004,`Citizenship´,in A Companion to the Anthropology of Politics,ed. David Nugent and Joan Vincent,55 -68. Malden,MA,Blackwell Publishing;
Reilly,Niamh,2009,Women?s Human Rights,London,Polity Press;
Tomuschat,Christian,2008,Human Rights: Between Idealism and Realism,Oxford,OUP;
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