Anthropology and Social Movements - 2nd semester
Weekly - 3 letivas + 1 tutorial
Total - Available soon
DELLA PORTA, Donatella; DIANI, Mário (1999) Social Movements: an introduction, London, Blackwell.
SCOTT, James (1985) Weapons of the weak - Everyday Forms of Peasant Resistance, New Haven and London, Yale University Press.
idem (1990) Domination and the arts of Resistance- Hidden Transcripts, New Haven and London, Yale University Press.
idem (1998) Seeing like a state How certain schemes to improve the human condition have failed, New Haven and London, Yale University Press.
idem (2009) The Art of Not Being Governed, New Haven and London, Yale University Press.
Cambridge University Press.
TARROW, Sidney (1994) Power in movement - Social movements, collective action and politics, Cambridge, Cambridge University Press.
THOMPSON, E.P. (1971)  A economia moral da multidão na Inglaterra do século XVIII, Lisboa,
The course is divided into theoretical and theoretical-practical lectures (by the professor and guests),
seminars and film exhibitions
During the course, students must develop several skills and competences based on Learning Objectives.
Different Teaching-learning methodologies will be used to achieve those objectives.
Methodologies of teaching-learning:
1. Expository, to present the theoretical frames of reference
2. Participatory ,with collective seminar debates
3. Active, with individual and team presentations
4. Self-Learning - autonomous work
Presentation of a text (25%), attendance and participation (15%) and a written test (60%).
Programs where the course is taught: