In this class, we have learned to think about historical events as part of global processes.

In this class, we have learned to think about historical events as part of global processes. Through the assigned readings and by engaging in global current events, the economic, political, and cultural significance of each have come to light. Paul Stoller’s Money Has No Smell offers an anthropological case study that illustrates how personal histories, culture, formal and informal economies, local and national politics operate when people immigrate from one country to another. Use Money Has No Smell, Dollars and Dreams and our textbook, Twentieth Century and Beyond to offer an analysis of why certain people chose to move from an African country to the United States. Explain the historical conditions that may have led to the move, as well as any economic and cultural reasons. Explain the nature of the informal and formal economies in which African immigrants participate. Finally explain the challenges (legal, financial, cultural, etc.) that African immigrants face and the ways in which they deal with those challenges.
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