This post is part of a series on ethnographic teaching materials for undergraduate students both within and beyond anthropology. In this series, we offer various resources on introducing ethnographic methods to your students, supporting your TA-s, suggesting further readings on ethnography, and providing guidance on ethics approval when needed.
What Would a Course Syllabus Look Like?
Now that you got a sense of the different phases of incorporating an ethnographic component in your undergraduate course, here’s a detailed sample that exhibits course grades breakdown, separate submissions, and grading rubrics. This is a syllabus for a 4th year undergraduate political science course, and it serves as an excellent (adaptable) guide for designing your own course syllabus with a significant ethnographic component.