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    University of Virginia
   
 
  Nov 21, 2017
 
 
    
Graduate Record 2017-2018

ANTH 5235 - Legal Anthropology


This course is an introduction to legal anthropology for graduate students or advanced undergraduates. This course investigates law systems, legal argumentation, and people’s interactions with these thoughts and forms. Rather than taking as given the hegemonic power that legal structures might hold over people’s lives and thought, this course questions how people use, abuse, subvert, and leverage legal structures in which they find themselves.



Credits: 3