Teaching AnthroCrime

This page shares resources for setting up courses on the anthropology of crime and criminalisation.

MA course: (De)Criminalisation – An Intersectional Perspective – University of Krakow, Poland (2022).

Syllabus designed by Dr Agata Dziuban and Dr Justyna Struzik at the Institute of Sociology at the Jagiellonian University in Krakow, Poland, during Spring 2022.
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Anthropology of Crime and Criminalisation 2021/2022 – BA (L) degree in Anthropology, Religions, Oriental Civilizations (cod. 8493) – University of Bologna

Syllabus designed by Dr Davide Casciano, University of Bologna. This BA course is dedicated to the anthropological contributions to the study of crime and criminalization.
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MA course Crime, Criminalisation and Gender – Institute for European Ethnology (Germany)

Syllabus designed by Prof. Beate Binder, Dr. Friederike Faust, and Dr. Todd Sekuler through the Institute for European Ethnology and...
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ANTH 490 Sex Work and Intimacy – Yeon Jung Yu – WWU

Syllabus for a 11-week upper level undergraduate senior capstone course centered on examination of ethnographies and key theoretical texts on...
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ANTH 399: Anthropology of Crime – UI USA

Syllabus designed by Ellen Moodie, Associate Professor of Anthropology, Department of Anthropology, University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign, Urbana, IL USA. Course...
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ANT 3533 Anthropology of Crime and Criminalization Syllabus – Alex Nelson – ASU

Syllabus for a 16-week seminar style upper-level undergraduate course centered around discussing ethnographies on crime and criminalization. Designed by Alex...
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