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Anthropology of Heritage and Memory in Europe

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Kod przedmiotu: WSM.IE-S325D Kod Erasmus / ISCED: (brak danych) / (brak danych)
Nazwa przedmiotu: Anthropology of Heritage and Memory in Europe
Jednostka: Instytut Europeistyki
Grupy:
Punkty ECTS i inne: 5.00
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Język prowadzenia: angielski

Zajęcia w cyklu "Semestr zimowy 2019/2020" (zakończony)

Okres: 2019-10-01 - 2020-01-28
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Typ zajęć: Wykład, 30 godzin, 25 miejsc więcej informacji
Koordynatorzy: Krzysztof Kowalski
Prowadzący grup: Krzysztof Kowalski
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Cele kształcenia:

(tylko po angielsku) Students will understand the process of invention of European symbolism, mythology heritage and history as a means providing the citizens of the EU with a conceptual framework owing to which the European (and civilian) identity takes its form. As special emphasis will be given to anthropological perspectives of analysis, students will be familiarized with the process of self and other invention in contemporary Europe; in other words how social, political and ethnic exclusion and inclusion are symbolically constructed.

Efekty kształcenia:

(tylko po angielsku) K_W03+++ has ordered and extended knowledge of terminology used in the humanities and social sciences

K_W16+++ has ordered, extended knowledge about traditional and contemporary trends and systems in anthropology, sociology, philosophy and social psychology and understands their historical and cultural contexts.

K_W17+++ has extended knowledge about European cultural heritage and contemporary cultural life in Europe, as well as the functioning of the most important institutions in this field.

K_U01+++ has an ability to search, gather and

interpret data and information based on relevant sources; has the ability to evaluate the importance of sources

K_U02+++ has the ability to read with comprehension and critically analyze texts pertinent to European studies and have the ability to compare them to texts presenting different views on the subject, confront them and draw his or her own conclusions

K_U09+++ has the ability to write independent and creative esseys in Polish or in any foreign language (different from the language of study programme) based on a suitable selection of sources and methodological workshops; ability to write an MA thesis based on own research questions/hypotheses

K_K02+++ has the ability to effectively work individually as well as interact and work in a group, performing different roles in it

K_K04+++ is aware of his or her responsibility for preserving the

cultural heritage of the region, country and Europe


Wymagania wstępne:

(tylko po angielsku) There is no prerequisite.

Forma i warunki zaliczenia:

(tylko po angielsku) The course will consist – first of all – of lectures complemented with discussions for which students are highly encouraged to read key and additional readings. The second element of the course will be focused on individual research and presentation to be done during the last course meetings (in the form of seminars). The subject of the individual research and – in consequence – of the presentation and essay must be previously discussed and accepted by the instructor.

The final decision on the amount of meetings dedicated to students presentations will depend on the amount of the course participants.


Metody sprawdzania i kryteria oceny efektów kształcenia uzyskanych przez studentów:

(tylko po angielsku) Assessment

As the course combines instructor’s lectures and subsequent discussions, individual research, oral presentation and written essay, the final grade will comprise all these elements respecting the following rule:

1) attendance of the lectures is not compulsory but highly recommended as active class participation makes up 5 % of the final mark;

2) active seminar participation makes up 5 % of the final mark; attendance of the seminars is obligatory - students must attend at least three sessions of student presentations (including the one in which they present).

3) 15-20 minute compulsory presentation on a chosen subject makes up to 40% of the final mark. Students are obliged to provide fellow students with hand-outs, may use power-point (not necessary) and are expected not to read but to present their argument(s). If two students prepare a joint presentation, its expected length is 25-30 minutes.

4) final paper will give up to 50 % of the final mark. Requirements for the final paper: 24,000 up to 27,000 characters (i.e. 13 up to standard 15 pages, character Times New Roman, size 12, interline 1,5). This amount of characters does not cover the bibliography! A joint essay (based on a joint presentation) is NOT possible. The text must respond to all academic standards (notes, references, citations and bibliography). Internet, academic (!!!) sources are welcome however neither the presentation nor the essay can be based only on this source. The essay may be either a written version of the previously done presentation or it may discuss another topic agreed upon with instructor. The assessment of this dissertation will be based on the originality of the student’s argument, analytical approach and reference to the literature. The essay must be submitted to the instructor’s pigeonhole in the CES administration office or sent to the address <krzysztof.kowalski9@gmail.com>.

The date of students’ seminar presentation will be given during the first seminar meeting.



Metody dydaktyczne:

(tylko po angielsku) Lectures and presentations done by students

Bilans punktów ECTS:

(tylko po angielsku) participation in classes and seminars 30 hours

reading preparation for classes and seminars 22,5 hours

work on the presentation 30 hours

work on the essay 30 hours


Skrócony opis: (tylko po angielsku)

The aim of the course is to present an anthropological point of view on the integration of Europe with special attention put on a variety of different readings of European, institutional symbolism especially in the context of its Western and Eastern understandings. The category of myth and symbols as well as memory and history will be the crucial element of the course. Special emphasis will be placed on examining strategies of the social invention of these phenomena. The symbolization of time and space of Europe will be discussed in depth so as to present their role in the appearance of local, national and supranational identities.

Pełny opis: (tylko po angielsku)

STRUCTURE OF THE COURSE

No.

Title of the session

Format (lecture, seminar, combination)

1. Introduction / lecture + discussion

2. Classical paradigm of anthropology vs. modern anthropology / lecture

3. Anthropology of European institutions (French, British and Polish experience) / lecture

4. Invention of European symbolism – the flag of Europe / lecture

5. Invention of European symbolism – the anthem of Europe / lecture

6. Seminar – discussion on students’ presentation topics / seminar

7. Memory, tradition, heritage and lieux de mémoire / lecture

8. Invention of European heritage / lecture

9. Myth and politics / lecture

10. Political mythologies in Central Europe / lecture

11. Political mythologies in Central Europe – the Polish case / lecture

12. Myth and Mythologies in/of the European Union / lecture

13. Seminar – students’ presentations / seminar

14. Seminar – students’ presentations / seminar

15. Seminar – students’ presentations / seminar

Literatura: (tylko po angielsku)

SELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHY

Benedict A., 2000, Imagined communities, Verso, London–New York

Geertz Cl., 1988, Works and lives. The Anthropologist as author, Stanford University Press, Stanford, chapter 4: I-Witnessing: Malinowski Children, pp. 73-102

Hobsbawm E., Ranger T., 1983, Introduction : Inventing Traditions [in:] Hobsbawm E., Ranger T. (eds) The Invention of Tradition, Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, pp. 1-14

Kołakowski L., 1989 The Presence of Myth, University of Chicago Press, Chicago, chapter 1 Preliminary Distinctions, pp. 1-8

Overing J., 1997, The Role of myth: an anthropological perspective or the reality of the really made-up (chapter 1) [in:] G. Hosking, G. Schöpflin (eds) Myth and nationahood, Routledge, London – New York, pp. 1-18

Shore C., 2000, Building Europe, Routledge, London-New York, chapter 2 Creating the people’s Europe: symbols, history and invented traditions, pp. 40-66

Salla della V., 2010, Political Myth, Mythology and the European Union, “Journal of Common Market Studies”, vol. 48, nr 1, pp. 1-19 available at http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/jcms.2010.48.issue-1/issuetoc

Tismaneanu V., 1998, Fantasies of Salvation. Democracy, Nationalism and Myth in Post-Communist Europe, Princeton University Press, Princeton

A precise bibliography will be provided before each class.

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