|Part 1: The Colonial Legacy: The Gendered Precedents of Development|
|2||The Colonial Legacy||Emecheta, Buchi. The Joys of Motherhood.|
|3||The Colonial Legacy (cont.)||Emecheta, Buchi. The Joys of Motherhood. (cont.)|
|4||Colonial Images of "Native" Women and Men|| Hobsbawm, Eric. "The Age of Empire." Chapter 3 in The Age of Empire. Pantheon, 1987. ISBN: 9780394563190.
Stoler, Ann Laura. "Carnal Knowledge and Imperial Power, Gender, Race, and Morality in Colonial Asia." In Gender / Sexuality Reader, Culture, History, Political Economy. Edited by Roger N. Lancaster, and Micaela di Leonardo. New York and London: Routledge, 1997. ISBN: 9780415910057.
Meyrick, A. S. Selections from Woman in All Lands. (Primary document.) Copyright unknown. 1880.
|5||Film: First Contact
Colonial Transformations of Gender
| Rothenberg, Diane. "The Mothers of the Nation: Seneca Resistance to Quaker Intervention." In Women and Colonization . Edited by Mona Etienne and Eleanor Leacock. Bergin & Garvey, 1980. ISBN: 9780030525865.
Allen, Judith Van. " 'Sitting on a Man': Colonialism and the Lost Political Institutions of Igbo Women." Canadian Journal of African Studies 6, 2 (1972): 165-181.
|6||Women, Tradition and Modernism||Chatterjee, Partha. "Colonialism, Nationalism and Colonialized Women: the Contest in India." In American Ethnologist.
Walley, Christine. " 'Searching for "Voices" ': Feminism, Anthropology, and the Global Debate over Female Genital Operations." Cultural Anthropology 12, 3 (1997): 405-438. New York University, American Anthropological Association.
|7||Socialism and Post-Colonialism||Chungara, Domitila de. Let Me Speak!|
|8||Socialism and Post-Colonialism (cont.)||Chungara, Domitila de. Let Me Speak! (cont.)|
|9||Film: Joe Leahy's Neighbors|
|Part 2: The Rise of Development Theory|
|10||The Rise of Development Theory|| Cooper, Fred, and Randal Packard, eds. "Introduction." In International Development and the Social Sciences. Edited by Fred Cooper, and Randal Packard. Berkley: University of California Press, 1998. ISBN: 9780520209572.
Nyerere, Julius K. "Socialism and Rural Development." Chapter 37 in Freedom and Socialism. Dar es Salaam: Oxford University Press, 1990. (African Variations: Julius Nyerere on Development.) ISBN: 9780196440606.
Finnemore, Martha. "Redefining Development at the World Bank." Chapter 7 in International Development and Social Sciences.
|11||Critics from within the Economic Frame|| Ake, Claude. "The Development Paradigm and its Politics." Chapter 1 in Democracy and Development in Africa. Washington DC: The Brookings Institution, 1996. ISBN: 9780815702207.
Mitchell, Timothy. "Fixing the Economy." Cultural Studies 12, 1 (1998): 82-101. Routledge.
Sen, Amartya. "The Economics of Life and Death." In Scientific American. May 1993.
|Part 3: Development and Daily Life|
|12||Film: Our Friends at the Bank||Hodgson, Dorothy. Once Intrepid Warriors. Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 2004. ISBN: 9780253214515.|
|13||Development and Daily Life||Hodgson, Dorothy. Once Intrepid Warriors. (cont.)|
|14||Development and Daily Life (cont.)||Hodgson, Dorothy. Once Intrepid Warriors. (cont.)|
|15||Development and Bureaucracy||Ferguson, James. "The Bovine Mystique: Power, Property and Livestock in Rural Lesotho." Man 20: 647-74.
Pigg, Stacey Leigh. "The Credible and the Credulous: The Question of 'Villagers' Beliefs' in Nepal." Cultural Anthropology 2, 2 (1996): 160-201.
|16||Knowledge and the Environment|| Gupta, Akhil. "Indigenous Knowledges: Ecology." In Postcolonial Developments. Durham: Duke University Press, 1998. ISBN: 9780822322139.
Agarwal, Bina. "Development and Environment: 'The Gender and Environment Debate: Lessons from India'." Feminist Studies 18, 1 (Spring 1992).
Walley, Christine J. " 'They Scorn Us Because We Are Uneducated': Knowledge and Power in a Tanzanian Marine Park." Ethnography 3, 3 (2002): 265-298.
|17||The Complexities of Activism||Turner, Terence. "The Social Dynamics of Video Media in an Indigenous Society: The Cultural Meaning and the Personal Politics of Video-Making in Kayapo Communities." Visual Anthropology Review 7, 2 (Fall 1991).
Hodgson, Dorothy. Precarious Alliances: The Cultural Politics and Structural Predicaments of the Indigenous Rights Movement in Tanzania.
|18||Film: Black Harvest|
|Part 4: Further into Daily Life: The Politics of Poverty outside the Development Frame|
|19||The Politics of Wage Labor||Wolf, Diane. Selections from Factory Daughters.|
|20||Drawing the Line Between First and Third Worlds?
||Duncan, Cynthia M. "Blackwell." Preface and Chapter 1 in Worlds Apart: Why Poverty Persists in Rural America. New Haven and London: Yale University Press, 2000. ISBN: 9780300084566.|
|21||Issues of Health
Guest Speaker: Erica James
|Farmer, Paul. Selections from Infections and Inequalities: The Modern Plagues.|
|22||Issues of Health (cont.)||Farmer, Paul. Selections from Infections and Inequalities: The Modern Plagues. (cont.)|
|23||Film: Celso and Cora||Farmer, Paul. Selections from Infections and Inequalities: The Modern Plagues. (cont.)|
|24||Thinking More About Gender||Gutmann, Matthew. Selections from The Meanings of Macho.|
|25||Thinking More About Gender (cont.)||Gutmann, Matthew. Selections from The Meanings of Macho. (cont.)|